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Fluid accumalation in the stomach as part of a problem related to cirrotic liver?

Fluid accumalation in the stomach as part of a problem related to cirrotic liver?

Is called ascites: And is a sign of liver disease and cirrhosis, along with many other signs. If younhave this you should be followed periodically by your doctor to make sure you are avoiding alcohol and potebtially dangerous drugs and are on the right medications. ...Read more

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Dr. Michael Kleerekoper
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Liver (Definition)

This organ plays a major role in metabolism and has a number of functions in the body, including glycogen storage, decomposition of red blood cells, plasma protein synthesis, hormone production, and detoxification. It lies below the diaphragm in the abdominal-pelvic region of the abdomen. It produces bile, an alkaline compound which aids in digestion via the emulsification of ...Read more


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Guy says he had tc and it spread the stomach and liver but he hasn't even done surgery i need a transplant and part of a stomach is he lying?

Guy says he had tc and it spread the stomach and liver but he hasn't even done surgery i need a transplant and part of a stomach is he lying?

Unclear question: I'm not exactly sure what you're asking. Could you provide a bit more information? Who needs a transplant? For what disease? What is tc? Transitional cell cancer? Thanks! ...Read more

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Sir i have stomach problem.and i m also skiny..i want to gain some weight.i have acidity in stomach.and my liver is not making blood sufficiently.

Sir i have stomach problem.and i m also skiny..i want to gain some weight.i have acidity in stomach.and my liver is not making blood sufficiently.

Misconception. Bone: marrow makes red blood cells. Liver does many crucial functions: screens everything coming in from stomach/intestines, makes albumen (keeps plasma within blood stream), both blood clotting & clot destruction proteins, etc. Stomach acid helps ?food poisoning yet reflux damages esophagus. H2-blockers, esp. proton pump inhibitors ? HCl acid secretion. Study & seek assistance worthy your trust. ...Read more

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Disstended stomach from liver problems. Can this be why i'm having back pain.

Liver problems: If your abdomen is distended u should ask your doctor, if u have ascites. This can happen in advanced cirrhosis of liver. With abdominal distension, ur abdominal muscles r strained&this can cause ur back muscles2also get strained&cause back problems. But any abdominal problems can cause back pain, including gallbaldder, liver, kidneys, peptic ulcer disease. Dont delay see ur doctor asap. ...Read more

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Having very slight pain on my lower right abdomen(bottom of liver).. started working out since 2 weeks.. what might be the problem?

Having very slight pain on my lower right abdomen(bottom of liver).. started working out since 2 weeks.. what might be the problem?

The lower edge of: the liver is at the edge of your rib cage.The liver is covered,and protected ,by the rib cage.Pain in the lower right abdomen is not from the liver,unless your liver is hugely enlarged.The lower right abdomen is where your appendix is located.With your history of starting an exercise routine,I wonder if you pulled a muscle. ...Read more

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Me liver problem so my stomach is coming out side and my bone is very weeks?

Me liver problem so my stomach is coming out side and my bone is very weeks?

You mean: You are vomiting? Do you hav an infection? You might be dehydrated and need ivs and need to see a dr right away! ...Read more

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How do you get rid of a bloated stomach from liver problems?

We need to know more: Bloated stomach could many different things. Is it a big swollen belly due to fluid colelction or just a bloated feeling due to gas or indigestion. You need to see and ask your doctor to find out if it is a stomach probleme, e.g., hyperacidity or nausea or is it a liver disease like hepatitis or cirrhosis which can cause fluid accumation (ascites). The treatment will depend on finding exact cause. ...Read more