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... red meat and the higher protein in it that will eventually break down to actual ammonia is THAT problem. ammonia attaches very readily to brain cells and can cause its own level of damage too to the brain so higher protien should be avoided with any type of liver disease. ... (28 replies)
... I can probably give you a little advice because I've also been diagnosed with fatty liver myself. ... (8 replies)
... the one thing that i just DO highly doubt in your particular situation AND the mere fact that you DID indeed quit drinking, is that you would be treated anything less than the human being you are. you simply DO need help here that ONLY an educated GI or hepatologist can give you right now. ... (28 replies)

... there is a very direct possible brain issue with liver disease but it is normally seen in later stages of active liver disease.the ammonia levels. ... (16 replies)
Liver pain
Dec 15, 2007
... alot of that depends upon just how much real damage has been done.congrats on the sobriety,believe me i do know how truely amazing that can be in an alcoholic sort of way.we just know,trust me. ... (1 replies)
... If only the idiot docs out there,espescially the "specialists" really knew what they put their patients and the familys thru,honestly. ... (19 replies)
Liver Failure
Dec 9, 2005
... it would be really interesting to find out just what in the heck the surgeon did during the actual surgery and why in the heck they went in to repair a colon that did not need it? ... (10 replies)
... Tylenol IMHO causes a lot of damage to some peoples livers even in normal maximum daily doses. My house growing up was anti tylenol, and so when I had my own house we became anti tylenol. ... (3 replies)
Help please???
Feb 5, 2014
... well you're taking about twice the daily maximum dose for Tylenol and your symptoms seem to show your liver isn't too pleased about this. ... (1 replies)
... Who was it that said "If I had known I was going to live this long I would have taken better care of myself" ? ... (31 replies)
... Have you looked at the possibility of Hemochromatosis? ... (28 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)
... DO NOT CANCEL that US dave, seriously. i know when you feel great its hard to wrap your head around anything seriously being 'wrong' inside out bodies. ... (7 replies)
... honestly, i really wish what you mentioned about any doc knowing about the intake of any patients over the top tylenol would actually be true. ... (9 replies)
... my son had this one and only one on his upper cheek,right below his L eye for years, that we had NO clue as to what this lil sucker was or even why it was there. even his actual ped doc did not appeear to ahve a clue either. ... (28 replies)
... just what exactly ARE the liver labs looking like? ... (2 replies)
... now is that time to simply 'push' your GP into doing for his patient, you. if he wont, find someone who actualy cares about their patients. for him to simply blow off high liver labs really IS inexcusable without bothering to follow up on this for you. ... (3 replies)
... the thing here is,your doc really should have made himself MUCH more clear on just what in the heck he was telling you,you know what i mean? ... (4 replies)
... I haven't spoken to the doc yet about the CT scan yesterday but if I don't hear from him tomorrow I'll give him a call. ... (38 replies)
... i just had a question about something that i just have to ask you? ... (9 replies)


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