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... For fatty liver, the most obvious thing to do is stop drinking. If it's caused by being overweight, you lose weight and change your diet. You may also need to take vitamin supplements as well. ... (6 replies)
... he said that the fatty deposits in my liver are caused by alcohol. ... (4 replies)
Is this cirrhosis?
Sep 20, 2003
... Sorry to hear about your husband. Test results came back and mine has fatty liver caused by alcohol. He is doing a lot better than before because before the body was talking and the mind didn't want to listen. ... (7 replies)

... should cause little to no direct symptoms involving the liver other than a feeling of fullness under your ribcage and perhaps some tenderness. ... (6 replies)
Liver Inflamation
Feb 26, 2008
... its not always caused by alcohol. ... (3 replies)
... Bilirubin in urine means your liver is affected enough that you are possibly on the verge of jaundice. Your bilirubin in blood must be elevated too, and that is a sign of liver disease. ... (7 replies)
... there seriously NEEDS to be some type of follow up testing done to find out if this IS indeed all caused by a fatty liver, which i really do doubt, esp with the GGT being out of range. ... (4 replies)
... you can't feel pain in your liver. When the liver gets enlarged, you feel fullness, but not pain. ... (32 replies)
Fatty liver
Jan 19, 2014
... being overweight, having diabetes, drinking too much, having a high animal fat diet, and sometimes is hereditary or caused by certain drugs, like steroids. I would not dismiss the info nor would I panic. ... (2 replies)
Liver Inflamation
Feb 25, 2008
... Inflammation of your liver means fatty liver or alcoholic hepatitis and I know it is caused by alcohol my dad had fatty liver then alcoholic hepatitis and he now has cirrhosis....are you a heavy drinker if so that is what its from. ... (3 replies)
... nd foremost "MONEY"..So I like doing research myself and from what I have read on these boards from the good peope that post alot of people do not drink and have fatty the theory of high trigs is out the door IMO... ... (11 replies)
... the main key to difuse the fat from your liver is diet, milk thisle it's a supplement that aids in restoring your liver cells and to regenerate your liver by making it stronger and that leads to difuse the fat out of your liver with the help of this great supplement. ... (10 replies)
... Roman times as an herbal remedy for a variety of ailments, particularly liver problems. ... (9 replies)
... accurate" is not caused by alcohol and is caused by high cholesterol and high bp. ... (20 replies)
... I have been a alcohol drinker since I was young but mostly a weekend beer drinker. I have a have had a neck problem for many years and I have been taking a lot of Ibuprofen. ... (0 replies)
Liver Pain ?
Dec 10, 2005
... I'm not obese nor do I drink any alcohol but I used to take around 4 aspirin a day until after I had my surgery and since have been taking between 2 and 4 Tylenol a day. How do you do a liver flush? ... (7 replies)
... i totally agree with you, alot of people arent finding out until its too late, also people can be thin and still have a fatty liver. Obviously fatty liver is also caused by alcohol. ... (13 replies)
... C. There are however MANY more chronic liver diseases which fall in to all sorts of different categories. ... (5 replies)
Liver Pain ?
Dec 10, 2005
... If it's been 4 weeks since your biopsy, either nothing is wrong with your liver or it's fatty liver, in which the Dr is just going to tell you to watch your diet. ... (7 replies)
... Fortunately I can cross a large number of these off my list of possible issues. I'm really not too concerned with the liver enzymes alone as I know that doesn't necessarily mean something is terribly wrong. ... (106 replies)

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