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Treatment Of Liver Flap
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
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
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
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
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
Yes: You are at the cut off age where routine treatment for latent TB is not recommended precisely because of increasing risk of medication side effects including liver damage. ...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
Liver tumor Rx: 52 M askes" Is ablative treatment using current effective in treating large size liver tumor? ANS: this will depend on the type of tumor and their experience. . Discuss with your team. ...Read more
Rarely any probelm: Vitamin A and its related Retinoids are commonly used for treatment of severe acne. These drugs are fairly safe other than their bad effects on the pregnancy so you have to be on Oral contraceptives or practice adequate birth control. Liver is rarely affected significantly. ...Read more
What are the cause of increase fats on liver ? And what are the treatment ?Side effect? And precautions?
Fatty liver: I assume you don't drink alcohol. If you do, stop. Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (nafld) is commonly caused by excess abdominal fat. Solution therefore is to improve one's lifestyle via healthy nutrition & regular exercise, thereby reducing one's waistline & thus fatty liver. Check out http://goo.Gl/fz5gk9 & http://goo.Gl/oivsjn for more info. And be careful about Acetaminophen (paracetamol). ...Read more
Please can I get some advice? There ! is there any treatment of fatty liver or is surgery the only treatment ?
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
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