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Doctor insights on: Appropriate Treatment Recover Cirrhosis

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With appropriate treatment, how long does it normally take to recover from cirrhosis?

With appropriate treatment, how long does it normally take to recover from cirrhosis?

No cure: There is no cure for liver cirrhosis. Avoiding alcohol and following a healthy diet can help increase your life span with cirrhosis. With liver transplant, prognosis can be good depending on the cause of the liver disease and other health conditions. Those with transplant may have a 58% chance of surviving 15 years. ...Read more

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Can you tell me about treatment for cirrhosis?

Can you tell me about treatment for cirrhosis?

See a liver doctor: Cirrhosis is severe scarring of the liver. Complications like fluid build up in your abdominal cavity (ascites), confusion (hepatic encephalopathy), and liver cancer (hcc) as well as easy bruising, fatigue and jaundice on occasion (elevated bilirubin) can occur. You need to be followed by a liver doctor who can manage and control the above signs/symptoms. Definitive treatment is liver transplant ...Read more

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What kind of pills or treatment can somebody get for cirrhosis?

What kind of pills or treatment can somebody get for cirrhosis?

DEPENDS: First, find the cause! cirrhosis of the liver means scarring, and can be caused by many things. Treatment varies bc of this. Infections, usually viral, like hepatitis b and c can do it, as can some metabolic disorders that can be inherited. Toxins are also a common reason, and usually this is from alcohol. Most of all, prevent any further damage, since it is not reversible. ...Read more

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What is cirrhosis like, can you give me some suggestions on treatment?

What is cirrhosis like, can you give me some suggestions on treatment?

See a liver doctor: Cirrhosis=stage 4 scarring of the liver. Complications like fluid build up in your abdominal cavity (ascites), confusion (hepatic encephalopathy), and liver cancer (hcc) as well as easy bruising, fatigue and jaundice on occasion (elevated bilirubin) can occur. You need to be followed by a liver doctor who can manage and control the above signs/symptoms. The best treatment is liver transplant. ...Read more

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Is there a treatment for hep virus c cirrhosis?

Is there a treatment for hep virus c cirrhosis?

Yes: The full answer is yes and no. The treatment depends on multifactos including type of hepatitis c, stage of cirrhosis. Treatment option varies. It could be from medication alone or transplant in selected cases. ...Read more

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What is the treatment for bilary cirrhosis?

What is the treatment for bilary cirrhosis?

Treatment: I assume your question is treatment of primary biliary cirrhosis. In that case, treatment is ursodeoxycholic acid. This medication slow down the progression of disease and improve life expectancy. ...Read more

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Tell me about treatment for cirrhosis of the liver?

Tell me about treatment for cirrhosis of the liver?

Depends: Most cirrhosis in the world is caused by either hepatitis b or hepatitis c, and both of these viral diseases can be treated with antiviral agents. In addition, blockage of the main vein to the liver is serious, and can be treated with drugs and/or surgery. Other kinds of cirrhosis (primary biliary, autoimmune) can also be treated. In severe cases, liver transplant. Alcohol must be avoided always! ...Read more

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Hepatitis c cirrhosis, what is the treatment for it?

Hepatitis c cirrhosis, what is the  treatment for it?

A G.I.: Consult! - absolutely no alcohol, careful review of all meds being taken---- the consult being very important since treatment is available1-don't wait! ...Read more

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What is future of liver cirrhosis treatment? Is there any development in research which can reverse scarring process?

What is future of liver cirrhosis treatment? Is there any development in research which can reverse scarring process?

No: That said, there is great progress in treating hepatitis. however NASH is a problem that is increasing. There is no progress of revering scarring of cirrhosis that I know of ...Read more