Some symptoms of cirrhosis of the liver?

Quite a few. When cirrhosis is well established patients develop portal hypertension (high pressure in the veins in stomach, spleen, and intestines) and blood is shunted away from the liver. Patients then develop ascites (fluid build up in abdomen), enlarged spleen and low platelet count, encephalopathy (confusion), and varices (enlarged veins inside stomach and esophagus) which can lead to massive bleeding.
Initially none. It is with complicated disease does one develop symptoms such as jaundice, ascites, confusion, varicella bleeding.