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Mild Fatty Infiltration Of The Liver Treatment
Diagnosed with "borderline hepatomegaly with mild fatty infiltration of liver and pancreas" in ultrasound. Please suggest the reasons and treatment.?
Fatty liver: Fatty infiltration of the liver can be a common finding on ultrasound. Maybe weight loss, controlling diabetes if present, avoid excess alcohol. Check with your doctor if there are any medications to avoid. This can also be a minor radiology finding of little clinical significance. Ask your doctor. ...Read more
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
My abdomen report hav come. Small umbilical hernia noted with defect measuring 16mm and mild herniation of omental fat. Wt treatment I hav to go?
Repair it if...: If clinical evaluation confirms manual reduction of the hernia relieves its related symptoms like pain, go to be surgically repaired since there would be no other option likely for permanent relief. More on HOw to Handle Sickness? Go to http://formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html. More? Contact me and I can help. ...Read more
45yr lady having pain at lt lumber region wid diarhea, u/s show swollen bowel loops, faty infiltration in normal size liver, cause n treatment of pain?
Usually: If it's from alcohol, stop drinking -- you've gotten your wake-up call that it's time to stop. If you have hepatitis c, get it treated -- good luck. If neither -- your physician can guide you, and it's time to get back into a heavy-duty fitness-focused lifestyle. It'll be a great gift to give yourself and your liver too. ...Read more
TWO DIFFERENT THINGS: Fatty liver-is just fat deposited in liver tissue, no treatment. Weight loss helps. As far as hep b talk to your doctor or a hepatologist. ...Read more
Maybe: Deficiency in choline, an essential nutrient, can worsen fatty liver. However, there are very few human trials looking at its use in the treatment of fatty liver. It is recommended that you take no more than 3.5 grams/day for choline. Higher doses have been associated with toxicity (sweating, vomiting, bad odor, dizziness, and others). ...Read more
Please can I get some advice? There! Is there any treatment of fatty liver or is surgery the only treatment?
Hello, I am 32 years old. Gender- man. I have Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver Grade 1. So what kind of Treatment or Medicine requires for Me? Please help Me
I have no gallbladder and now my liver size is increased and with fat on liver? Dr only said to take milk of thristle. Is their any treatment for that
Little benefit: At this point, there is not enough scientific data to say whether or not milk thistle can help liver problems. Obesity is the most common cause of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, but there are other causes, including poorly controlled diabetes, drug toxicity, weight loss surgery and toxins. In your case, the best thing to do is to modify your diet, avoid fatty foods/alcohol and exercise. ...Read more
Fatty liver and gallstones what are the treatment should I be very worried really scared 27 year old male 270 weight?
Weight loss: And a healthier lifestyle are the best ways to treat the above problems. You are young and have time on your side so get to work! Obesity, fatty liver, and gallstones can sometimes lead to heart problems, vascular disease and liver failure. Work with your self and your doctor to get your weight and cholesterol under control. Be sure to note smoke. Best of luck :) ...Read more
I have fatty liver grade 2, what is the line of treatment? Was weighting -84 kg, have lost 5 kg in last 3 months. Ldl and HDL with in limits.
Fitness: I trust that hepatitis c and wilson's have been ruled out. You'll be doing more than just your liver a major favor if you embrace an aerobic-fitness-focused lifestyle. That's going to involve finding a group of folks like yourself who do some strenuous physical activity that you enjoy. Despite all the talk of beet juice and metformin, this is still the best advice I know. Be proactive & good luck. ...Read more
I'm 37 years old and diagnosed today in ultrasound two diseases. 1. FATTY LIVER 2. Prostatomegaly 27cc My weight. 96 kg. Kindly suggest treatment?
Fatty liver: A gastroenterologist is best qualified to evaluate and advise you about the fatty liver. If alcohol is not the cause dietary advice and follow-up will be important. As for the enlarged prostate, if you're not experiencing urinary difficulties and if no first degree relatives (father, brother) have or had prostate cancer, at this time I believe you can sit tight. A urologist is best to evaluate you ...Read more
Hi doctor recently I have found that I am having fatty liver what treatment is good to get rid of it and vitamin C and iron is good for it or bad plz?
Find cause: Your physician needs to decide whether this is due to alcohol use, hepatitis c, the poorly-understood fatty liver ("non-alcoholic fatty liver disease") that we see in folks who are often insulin-resistant, or one of the more unusual causes. A man without iron loss should not iron-supplement; I doubt vitamin c will help, for non-alcoholic fatty liver an aerobic fitness lifestyle may help a lot. ...Read more
4.5 yrs male child with mild hepatomegaly. Liver function test normal. Possible cause and treatment advise if needed?
Imaging: Was this found on an exam or on imaging? I would discuss with your doctor imaging of the liver like an ultrasound in order to understand whether there are any underlying structural problems with the liver. If you have already had imaging I would repeat in 3 months before getting more aggressive with diagnostics ...Read more
I had a MRI results, severe stetosis liver, kidney cysts, and mild atrophy pancreas, have been given pain pills, but no plan for treatment, ?
Treat yourself: Kidney cysts usually need no treatment and there isn't one anyway. You have much more pancreas than you need. Fatty liver in a non-alcoholic and with other serious disease ruled out is often the organ's way of asking for more aerobic exercise. Make that your mainstay if self-care.. ...Read more
Advance liver cancer, liver size 21cm no obstructed bile ducts, bilirubin 10.81, mild ascites. What treatment would work now? Is chemo still an option?
28 years old male not alcholic not exposed to any chemicals. Abdomen ok with mild to modrate thrombocytopenia. Is it dangerous? What is the treatment?!
Have it monitored:
Thrombocytopenia is not normal and has many causes. While it often requires no treatment, you need two things;
it has to be periodically monitored, to be sure that it is not getting worse.
You need to know the cause, which may be a serious medical problem needing treatment.
You need a referral to a hematologist for a thorough evaluation. ...Read more
See details: Exercise and significant weight loss can markedly decrease the fatty deposits but are unlikely to cure the condition. ...Read more
Depends: Iy depends on what you have and the punt of damage but the liver is an organ that can repair itself! ...Read more
Stop medication!: Liver is a pretty resilient organ. You need to be followed closely by your family physician who will monitor your liver function via regular blood tests. It's probably a good idea to be followed closely by your gastroenterologist, if not a hepatologist (liver specialist), too. But the key is to stop the offending agent. And no Acetaminophen (tylenol), which is found in many products and no alcohol. ...Read more
Liver: Ur question doesn't make sense. Explain a little bit more. ...Read more
Acute hep B-none.: Hepatitis b is acute inflammation of the liver caused by hep b virus (hbv). Spread by body's contact with serum, vaginal fluid, semen, blood, unclean tattoo instruments...That is already infected w hbv. Acute hep b-no specific rs; 100% newborns/children, 5% adults go on to chronic hep or cirrhosis or liver cancer. Rx can involve interferon-type drugs, liver transplant, rx the complications. ...Read more
Serious illness: I suggest you check out the center to advance palliative care, online. Your question is too complicated to answer in 400 words. They have a lot of great youtube videos if you prefer voice to written materials. ...Read more
Yes!: Yes they can but not if someone has advanced liver disease to begin with such as cirrhosis or very advanced fibrosis. ...Read more
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