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Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease - Hi I''m new to this group... I''m a 38 year old wife and of 2 kids?

A: 11 Jul 2011 Hi, sorry to hear about your health. I''m glad things are starting to improve. Check out the following website about non alcoholic fatty liver disease associated with breast cancer; http://www.asco.org/ascov2/Meetings/Abstracts There are lots of other good sites explaining the link between the 2. When your weight is back to ''normal'' you will be able to afford the odd indulgence but you will still need to be careful. Don''t go all out, otherwise you will likely feel poorly afterwards. Mexican should be OK maybe once a month but go for the rice and chicken and similar items, rather than nacho''s with heavy sauces and cheese. Votes:+0CommentVote upReport hope3111 Jul 2011 Quick questions &

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fatty liver Diet - Foods To Eat To Treat fatty liver disease Naturally At Home!

A: The fatty liver disease is a condition in which lipid deposition occurs in the liver cells mainly in the form of triglycerides. Basically, if the liver contains at least 10 percent fat, then the individual is suffering from fatty liver disease. The condition is the most common liver disease in the Western world because of lifestyle and nutrition. It occurs mainly in obese individuals and is also associated with alcohol abuse, diabetes mellitus, elevated blood lipids, hepatitis C, bariatric surgery and the use of medications such as cortisone...


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How is nonalcoholic fatty liver disease diagnosed?

A: Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is hard to detect since it doesn''t usually display outward symptoms. Diagnosis usually doesn''t occur until a doctor has noticed swelling in your liver, at which point you''ll undergo some diagnostic procedures. These methods include blood tests that help doctors learn about enzyme function in the liver, imaging procedures such as MRI and CT scanning, and liver biopsies that allow the doctor to analyze your liver tissue for damage. A liver biopsy is the most reliable method of diagnosis. If you receive a liver biopsy, your...


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Is it okay to take Vytorin with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and early cirrhosis?

A: NASH or non-alcoholic fatty liver disease with early cirrhosis is fairly serious problem, and statins have been known to potentially make disease states such as this worse. I understand the concern, and it is not unwarranted. Consider finding someone who specializes in hepatology or liver diseases. It is likely they have dealt with this issue before and have made similar recommendations. At this time, I cannot recommend that anything be done that is contrary to the desires of your current physician. Feel free to visit us here for more information on Vytorin: http://www.everydayhealth.com/drugs/vytorin. M. Curley, PharmD...


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Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease - Do you guys have a swollen stomach? How often do you get your?

A: 23 Dec 2011 Hi hope31 - Although I don''t have the fatty liver disease, I can tell you that I certainly have a heck of a lot of "liver" spots on my face & hands. So, I think the darker tone could have something to do with that. I''m also many yrs. in recovery, and I gained 30 lbs. in the last year, very quickly! I found out from labs today that my Cortisol levels are quite low in the morning, indicating some adrenal burnout during the day or major fluctuations, leaving me exhausted in the morning. This all makes sense due to all the stress I''ve had over the year. The interaction & healthy balance between all the hormones, and particularly the adrenals & thyroid, is...


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What are the treatment options for fatty liver disease?

A: fatty liver disease (FLD) can be treated by removing or restricting the factor causing the fatty liver. This may be alcohol, excessive weight, drug use, or another cause. Removal of this factor may cause the fat in the liver to go away in six weeks. However, clinical support and nutritional supplements are often needed alongside abstinence for optimal treatment outcomes....


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What are the symptoms of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease?

A: There are no symptoms typically associated with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). Some people may experience weariness, general pain in the abdomen, and weight loss. However, even if you experience these symptoms, they do not necessarily indicate NAFLD, since many other conditions are associated with the same symptoms. Enlargement of the liver can also indicate NAFLD....


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Is Avandia linked to fatty liver disease, Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, and / or organ damage?

A: Hi, i just researched this a bit. You need to be extremely careful taking this med if you have any liver problems as there have been cases of the drug having detrimental effects on the liver. Also i copied this; Notify your doctor if you develop any unusual swelling or a rapid weight increase. You should be aware that people taking Avandia tend to gain a little weight, typically around 5 to 10 pounds. The cause is thought to be a combination of fluid retention and fat accumulation. I hope this helps a bit?...


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Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease - I seem to have alot of pain in my right side. I am having trouble

A: 14 Oct 2011 Hi, the foods you need to eat reguarly are fresh vegatables raw or cooked, go on a high fibre and sea food is very good, avoid any high carbs and fats in your food, i dont know what stage you are at and how long you have been dygnoised, your gp should refer you to a steatohepatis because in some cases if left untreated may cause cirrhosis. Hope you get better soon. Votes:+0CommentVote upReport brenda fain14 Oct 2011 i too have nash but unlike you i am a heavy person !and yes your liver can hurt you i asked my doctors and some said it was in my head but i was sent to a liver doc and he told me yes ,my liver could cause pain !mine also gets hard some times too!i am have gastric bypass surgery around the...


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What are the symptoms of fatty liver disease?

A: fatty liver disease (FLD) is a stage in alcoholic liver disease and is closely related to cirrhosis, which can occur if fatty liver disease goes untreated and the liver becomes inflamed and damaged. FLD on its own may be difficult to detect because external symptoms are uncommon. Someone with fatty liver disease may have a liver which is enlarged and smooth; however, only one in three patients display this symptom. In later stages of fatty

 
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