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Talk to your doctors: You should have a liver specialist and an obstetrician involved. Most people with non-alcoholic steatosis are overweight, and losing weight prior to pregnancy would be an important step, so that the weight gain with the pregnancy doesn't compromise your liver further. Some women report that their liver improves with pregnancy, while others have a worsening. Usually stays the same. Good luck!!! ...Read more
34yr old experiencing frequent multi focal pvc non smoker non drinker no drugs mother of two tsh normal?
See below: Frequent PVC's can be a sign of heart disease OR may be caused by anxiety/stress, nicotine, alcohol, caffeine, decongestants, antihistamines and cocaine/amphetamines. If non of the above: you need a 24 hour Holter monitor, cardiac ultrasound and a stress test. In the absence of CAD multifocal PVC's don't indicate a worse prognosis than unifocal PVC's, but PVC's do infer an increased mortality . ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Probably yes: There are small amounts of alcohol in "non-alcoholic" wines and beers - about 0.5-1% (compared to 6-12%). My question would be whether you are drinking it because you had problems with alcohol previously, in which case my answer would be no. This is because it is very likely to serve as a trigger to drinking alcohol again. If you have not had a problem, it is not likely to cause any harm pre-op. ...Read more
Either: Both types of mouthwash are going to have agents in them that will kill bacteria that tend to cause bad breath. If you are aware of halitosis, be sure to brush your tongue well, especially toward the back. This is a common source for bad breath. Also be sure to get your teeth cleaned at the dentist if it has been a while. Mouthwash helps, but often just covers up the real problem. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Y wud i hav NASH or nafld if I am a 24 y male non alcoholic BMI 19.5. Exellent lipid profile. Good mediterranean diet.Negative u/s & workup 4 high alt?
I have elevated liver enzymes from alcohol abuse non I just drink non alcoholic and smoke a bit of pot after 2 mnths 1 lowered other went up why?
Numbers & Types: Liver enzymes are typically found within the cell and spill out when the liver is damaged. The actual number is typically not as important unless the increase was significant. The type of enzyme usually is. (AST/ALT) Alcohol will raise liver enzymes in the short term, but eventually return to normal if you stop consuming. Which one is still elevated? ...Read more
16 year old male, non smoker, no use of pain killers, neg h.pylori test. Social drinker. Are stomach ulcers likely ?
Ulcer risk-Medline: The following factors raise your risk for peptic ulcers: Drinking too much alcohol Regular use of aspirin, ibuprofen, naproxen, or other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). Smoking cigarettes or chewing tobacco Being very ill, such as being on a breathing machine Having radiation treatments A rare condition called Zollinger-Ellison syndrome causes stomach and duodenal ulcers. ...Read more
Am 70 yrs. I never drink alcohol. No medicines. No hepatitis b or c. Liver enzymes sgpt , sgot, alkalibe, gamma are normal. Can I have liver cirosis?
Yes but uncommon : It is still possible but unlikely. You could have had hepatitis in the past with liver injury and development of scarring. Genetic problem could also predispose one to cirrhosis. The normal liver values just means you are not having active liver injury at present but the scarring had already taken place. ...Read more
Why I get itchy hives after drinking certain alcoholic beverages i.E. Beer, some red wine etc but ok with others?
Tough question : Because wine & beer don't share common ingredients other than alcohol & you tolerate other alcoholic beverages. You might have 2 allergies - hops & something else in wine. Try michelob - supposedly made with rice hops. Is there a pattern to your wine hives - grape variety, region of origin, etc. Or be the designated driver. You may not be the life of the party but you will help save lives. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nobody knows: There are zero studies of e-cigs, and nobody knows what they will do, even with no nicotine. Nicotine is not the cause of cancer anyway - it is the complex hydrocarbons (tars) in the smoke. It is likely that e-cigs will prove safer than smoked cigarettes, but again, nobody really knows. The propellant in these gadgets is propylene glycol, and nobody knows what inhaling them, or the oils, will do. ...Read more
With stage 1 fibrosis and non alcoholic fatty liver disease would it be better to use (very rarely) edible or inhaled marijuana. It's legal, of course?
By all means: Some of my colleagues will be angry with me, but this is a situation where politics makes good science impossible and thus common sense and common kindness should take over. But what I'd really like to see is have you get high on exercise. This may be what your liver is asking you for, and it could save your life in a few different ways. ...Read more
biopsy results shown non alcoholic fatty liver disease. im not obese and other main causes dont apply to me, how's this possible? I am active/healthy
Need more info: How tall are you and how much do you weigh? What medications, if any, are you taking? Do you exercise? If yes, how and how much? What did the results of blood lipid studies show? As you can see, the issue may be too complicated for this forum and it would be prudent to consult a liver specialist. Wish you good health! For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex, if you have sex. Get HPV vaccine ...Read more
Lupus, fibro, gastroparesis, non alcholic fatty liver, diverticulosus/itis don't normally drink but I drank alot the other night and really sick since?
Need exam,blood test: I would suggest you have an exam, and perhaps a blood test of the liver enzymes to see if the liver is inflamed. Sometimes lupus can affect the pancreas as well, and this plus alcohol together would mean the pancreas blood test should be checked too. A good examination is important, and if you are having fever, dark urine, chalk colored stools or severe abdominal pain make sure you are seen soon. ...Read more
If iam 28 yrs old got fatty liver, not obese, not diabetic, no medecines, no alcohol, can I rule out hep if i tested neg hiv, hep a, b, c 1, 5 post exposure?
Fatty liver: If you have tested negative for viral hep recently, you can probably rule it out. There are other causes of nash (non-alcoholic steatohepatitis or fatty liver). Medications, autoimmune or inherited liver disease, rapid weight loss, and malnutrition. Make sure you rule these out as well. ...Read more
When havin cirrhosis fatty liver, l jus learn about, i drink mayb 1 sometime twice or non a month. Should l stop drinkin period?
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