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Thank you for your query.
Most liver conditions are not associated with coughing up of blood, as there is no link whatsoever. The only possibilities could be a secondary condition caused due to a primary liver abnormality.
Like for example an alcoholic or non-alcoholic liver disease
with secondary bronchial and/or tracheal varices
that could be causing the hemoptysis (coughing of blood). An endoscopy will greatly help in visualizing and finding the cause of the blood.
Another possibility to consider is a gastrointestinal (GIT) bleed, which can be associated with hematemesis (vomiting of blood). A few of the most common conditions associated with this are: peptic ulcers, varices, gastritis, hepatitis, viral hemorrhagic fevers, tumors, Mallory-Weiss syndrome
, poisoning, parasite infections, etc.
A few other conditions that could be causing hemoptysis are: aspiration pneumonia
, tuberculosis, sarcoidosis, Goodpasture's syndrome, pulmonary embolism
, bronchiectasis, etc.
A few other conditions like blood coagulation disorders, mitral stenosis of the heart, etc. should all be ruled out if no other lung or GIT cause is found.
I hope I have succeeded in providing the information you were looking for. Please feel free to write back to me for any further clarifications. I would gladly help you.