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Diagnosed with fatty liver, dyslipidimea, reduced weight. How much time will it take to be normal?

sir i have been diagnosed with grade 2 fatty liver and dyslipidimea,iam 27 yrs of age,my lipids were also also raised,but now after taking medicines and strict diet they are under control in 1 and a half months of time and i have reduce 8 kgs..any guidelines for me??how much time it will take for a fatty liver to be normal
Asked On : Tue, 5 Mar 2013
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
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from the details u have given , u were having a clinical condition called as NON-ALCOHOLIC FATTY LIVER . it is most commonly seen in obese persons.. fatty liver is asymptomatic and doesnt create any problem for you, instead it is a warning signal for u take acre of ur body u already had realised and started doing work outs..which is a good thing..ok

fatty liver gradually subsides , when you start shedding your weight and end up with mild grade only, some times , it may remain like that with out causing any symptoms. so dont worry much about fatty liver now,,first take care of your weight and check your cholesterol levels ..try to keep them low.
hope this will help u ..bye
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General & Family Physician Dr. Pavan Kumar Gupta's  Response
Fatty liver, also known as fatty liver disease (FLD), is a reversible condition where large vacuoles of triglyceride fat accumulate in liver cells and it takes about an intense treatment of six months to become all right.
what to do.....
Reduce the intake of refined carbohydrates in your diet such as white bread, white rice, pasta, noodles, cakes, biscuits, desserts, soft drinks, sweetened fruit juices and also that of table sugar. 
Increase the amount of fruits and vegetables in the diet.
Eat whole grains such as brown rice, whole wheat products, oats, ragi, bajra, jowar etc and Pulses and legumes.
Avoid all kinds of fried food, processed food, high fat foods in general all junk food and colas.
Avoid red meats such as mutton, beef, pork and opt for white meats such as fish and chicken.
Switch over to low fat milk products from full cream or full fat milk products.
Keep your cholesterol levels in check and reduce triglycerides in the blood.
Avoid alcohol as much as possible.
Exercise daily to reduce weight and to keep weight in check. 
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General & Family Physician Dr. Michelle Gibson James's  Response
HI, thanks for using healthcare magic

Fatty liver is common and can be related to diet or to alcohol use. IF not related to alcohol use,it is called non alcoholic fatty liver disease. There are different stages to this condition .
Treatment involves lifestyle modification and possibly the use of medication.The diet that you have started , along with the weight loss program would definitely be beneficial to improving your liver.
In some persons it can take 6 to 12 months before any improvement is seen, you can have your doctor reassess you at the 6 mth mark to determine if there is any change.

I hope this helps
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