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How can I treat primary biliary cirrhosis ?

How can I treat primary biliary cirrhosis ?

Ursodiol: There is not much available to treat primary biliary cirrhosis, but ursodiol helps normalize the liver enzymes. For other therapies you should discuss with a hepatologist. ...Read more

Dr. Eric Weisman
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Biliary (Definition)

Biliary means anything related to the production, storage, secretion, or flow of bile, whether in the liver, bile ducts, gallbladder, ...Read more


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What leads to obstructive jaundice(distal cbd obstruction) secondary to choledocholithias with cholangitis?

What leads to obstructive jaundice(distal cbd obstruction) secondary to choledocholithias with cholangitis?

Usually a gallstone: Usually a gallstone causing obstruction of the common bile duct can cause sudden painful jaundice, sometimes with associated cholangitis (infection of the bile) This requires drainage and extraction of the stone from the common bile duct with a procedure call ERCP. Other causes can be tumors causing obstruction, which is more often painless and gradual. ...Read more

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Does antibiotic damage liver?my grandma have cirrhosis gastric ulcer and gastritis ?how to treatment ?

Does antibiotic damage liver?my grandma have cirrhosis gastric ulcer and gastritis ?how to treatment ?

Which antibiotic?: No medication is without potential side effect. Work w/your (grandma's) doc to determine if desired benefit exceeds potential risk. Some medications, such as paracetamol, are dangerous to liver in high doses. Others harm kidneys or stomach lining. Ask prescribing doc which medications are being used. Then search reputable references such as www.drugs.com & www.epocrates.com, etc. Good luck! ...Read more

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How can I address liver scarring and cirrhosis?

How can I address liver scarring and cirrhosis?

Live healthy: The liver has an amazing ability to regenerate itself if further damage is not done. If you have infectious hepatitis, see your doctor for possible medical treatments. If you are not a candidate for these, avoid liver toxins such as alcohol, paint fumes and tylenol (acetaminophen). Keep hydrated and eat properly. You may need special vitamens and supplements to maintain health so see your nutritionist. ...Read more

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How to remove fluid in lungs with liver cirrhosis?

How to remove fluid in lungs with liver cirrhosis?

Drain it: Fluid accummulated around the lungs can be removed/drained with a needle and a suction tube. It is a commonly done procedure which can provide temporary relief. ...Read more

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How can hepatitis, haemolytic anaemia and pancreatic cancer lead to jaundice?

How can hepatitis, haemolytic anaemia and pancreatic cancer lead to jaundice?

Easy to explain: Hepatitis causes hepatic jaundice by the cells being unable to process bilirubin. Hemolytic anemia produces prehepatic jaundice by making more bilirugin. Pancreatic cancer can produce obstructive / cholestatic jaundice by plugging bile ducts. ...Read more

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Home remedies to treat cirrhosis of the liver?

Home remedies to treat cirrhosis of the liver?

None known to me: Cirrhosis is considered irreversible in its advanced stages, but the exact point at which it becomes irreversible is unclear. Treatment objectives include slowing or reversing the progression of liver disease, preventing superimposed insults to the liver (alcohol cessation), preventing and treating any complications, and determining the appropriateness and best timing for liver transplantation. ...Read more

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Can you tell me some information about end stage liver failure/end stage liver cirrhosis?

Can you tell me some information about end stage liver failure/end stage liver cirrhosis?

Can vary: Cirrhosis can lead to complications like fluid build up in your abdomen (ascites), confusion (hepatic encephalopathy), varices that can bleed, and liver cancer (HCC) as well as easy bruising, fatigue and jaundice (elevated bilirubin) can occur. You need to be followed by a liver doctor who can manage and control the above signs/symptoms and discuss liver transplantation. ...Read more

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How to prevent pancreatic conggestion?

How to prevent pancreatic conggestion?

Regular food habbits: Eating regular meals, no more than 3 meals and may be a small snack around 3=4pm. Would help.Eliminating alcohol is important. ...Read more

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Help please? How many years can someone live with primary biliary cirrhosis ?

Help please? How many years can someone live with primary biliary cirrhosis ?

Many years: Primary biliary cirrhosis (PBC) is usually diagnosed with lab tests and liver biopsy. People can live many years with PBC. Without knowing more information, I can't give you exact numbers, but hopefully you are on ursodiol medication and this helps PBC a lot. You should be following with a liver doctor who will help manage your disease. ...Read more

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Does steatohepatitis always lead to cirrhosis?

Does steatohepatitis always lead to cirrhosis?

Thank goodness no...: ...and its potentially reversible. See earlier HealthTap answers regarding the reversible causes of fatty liver please. ...Read more

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How to avoid biliary colic after eating?

How to avoid biliary colic after eating?

Remove diseased GB: Biliary colic occurs when a stone tries to exit the gallbladder. Stones form from stone-prone bile and/or damaged gallbladder, with poor emptying. Stimulus is usually fatty foods. If stone gets stuck along the way to the small bowel, can cause problems with infection, or inflammation of gallbladder. Remove gallbladder if stones cause symptoms, you are diabetic, or certain other conditions. C md. ...Read more

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How does one effectively treat primary biliary cirrhosis?

How does one effectively treat primary biliary cirrhosis?

Not a great answer : Unfortunately, there is no cure. The autoimmune disorder destroys the liver over time. The treatments help to relieve the symptoms (ursodiol, anti-itching meds, anti-inflammatory meds, immune suppressing meds etc.) and if the disease progresses to final stages, liver transplant is the only really treatment. ...Read more

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How does cirrohsis of the liver and acute alcoholic hepatitus relate to one another?

How does cirrohsis of the liver and acute alcoholic hepatitus relate to one another?

One leads to other: Alcoholic hepatitis is an inflammatory process caused by excessive drinking, which is self-limited and if drinking doesn't continue, will heal completely in most cases. If excessive drinking continues, multiple episodes of alcoholic hepatitis (at least in genetically susceptible people) leads to scarring, which when it is severe, is cirrhosis. Severe alcoholic hepatitis can be fatal on its own. ...Read more

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Why does gallbladder cancer lead to jaundice?

Why does gallbladder cancer lead to jaundice?

The main duct: Draining the liver (common bile duct) collects the drainage from the gall bladder when the cystic duct joins. The gall bladder in intimately position with the liver, and gb cancer can lead to nodes obstructing these ducts or invasion directly into the liver. ...Read more

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I'm diagnose with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease,any tips on reversing this matter?

I'm diagnose with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease,any tips on reversing this matter?

Fatty liver: I presume the diagnosis was made by your doctor. If he/she has not fully explained this to you it would be wise to make another visit so you have a better understanding. If you have not seen a liver specialist (gastroenterologist) about this you must have your doctor refer you. ...Read more

Upper Abdomen (Definition)

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Dr. Brad Goldenberg
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Primary Biliary Cirrhosis (Definition)

A chronic disease in which the bile ducts in the ...Read more