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Blood test showed liver problem. Worried

hello i have a question regarding liver , i am only 15 so i dont know all the reasons but i had a blood test a few weeks ago and they said i had something wrong with my liver, i do drink alot of lucozade (contains alot of sugar) and used to drink NO water, but since then i have drank alot more water and a little less lucozade, i am terribly worried i may die and just need any help on what to do, i have another blood test and im scared he will send me to hospital
Asked On : Mon, 5 Nov 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Dear Friend.
"Something wrong with liver" has wide spectrum of diseases.
We need to know for what exactly you were tested.
What problems you had.
We do need to know your reports before commenting on anything.
At present with the information you have given , I would suggest you not to consume any amount of alcohol and don't do any drugs , in case you do them.
Go to your doctor, get treated and Stay healthy.
Answered: Sun, 24 Nov 2013
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