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... ve heard the news, obviously thinking about the worst! ... (8 replies)
... e. After 20 years of not being able to get well, I asked a new autoimmune specialist I am seeing to please run an autoimmune panel. What came back positive was the Mitochondrial serum and titers. ... (3 replies)
... Regarding the ferritin... The normal range for ferritin is set quite wide, and the upper limit is for clinical iron overload. ... (13 replies)

... So, the URQ pain seemed to have subsided quite a bit over Christmas and New Years. ... (13 replies)
... Besides the supplements you are taking, there are a number of studies that indicate that coffee is practically a miracle cure for any liver problems, which your numbers don't indicate. Look up the coffee thing and you will be downing it. ... (13 replies)
... It's not too late for you WtL! I experienced similar upper right quadrant pain when I quit drinking, and it about scared me to death too. I wound up researching alcoholic liver disease online for several hours a night for several months. ... (13 replies)
Pancreatitis ?
Dec 4, 2016
... I have been feeling poorly for over 2 weeks now. ... (2 replies)
... that would not affect the liver as I have fatty liver. She told me to use Alleve. It goes through the kidneys she said and has little effect on the liver. ... (1 replies)
... I agreed fatty liver would cause pain, pain and pain........ ! Doctor is wrong and he'll change his mind and notice he is wrong when he gets one. ... (6 replies)
... I was diagnosed with fatty infiltration of the liver about 14 years ago. My liver area hurt so bad I could hardly bend down. My sugar level was also jacked up because of it. ... (6 replies)
Liver Problems
Sep 8, 2003
... I had an enlarged liver and abnormal blood tests results. ... (7 replies)
... Hi, I'm a 38 yr old female small frame, 5"2 119 lbs. I've had upper right quandrant pressure and pain going on 5 years now it is becoming debilitating. First a brief history and then I'll describe symptoms and testing I've had done! ... (3 replies)
... stones removed a month later. A stone was left in the Bile duct and was finally removed 4 months later. Over the years I have had many ERCP's and Gastroscopy's. My health seems to be gradually deteriorating. ... (1 replies)
... honestly, it would just make soo much better and plain common sense for a "specialist" in the area where your pain and issues are to also be the one to actually manage that level of pain that is generating it too? ... (3 replies)
... My wife was recently diagnosed with ALF. She had been taking large amounts of Tylenol, as well as Cymbalta, and drinking heavily for the past year or so. ... (11 replies)
... why not treat the problem that causes pain? ... (4 replies)
... can i ask just what type of pain you have been treating with what just are some very higher than what should be doses of ibu? ... (4 replies)
... I was wondering if and how much ibuprofen can cause internal problems including the liver because liver disease runs in my family. For the last couple years i have been taking high doses of ibuprofen for pain, i would have to say at least 3000 mg a day. ... (4 replies)
... Was in a blind panic for 3 weeks, whilst they decided whether they were going to do a liver guided biopsy or MRI. They opted for an MRI, which said the areas were a cyst and a hemangioma, and my tumour markers came back as normal. So obviously I was over the moon! ... (58 replies)
... In April '06 I had a hemangioma removed from my liver. It was the most painful surgery. 6 days in the hospital... It took 8 weeks before I felt human again! I have a hideous 11 inch scar across my right abdomen. ... (7 replies)


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