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Have abdominal pain and fatigue. Have fatty liver. Should I worry?

3 months before i diagnesd as fatty liver , from that day i felt lower right abdomen pain and terrible fatigue .. i stoped drinking .. and smoking . i took ultrasound scan which resulted bright echotexture fatty liver. i am 36 years old and wt 60 , there is no other notable symptoms i have,, i just wanted to know its fattly liver or something worse than that ,, i wold like to know fatigue due to fatty liver lasts as long as 3 months in a life of no alcochol or smoke
Asked On : Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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Hello, jayapen,
Fatty liver can be associated with high lipid levels ,diabetes and overweight.
If your blood sugar and lipid levels are normal , then the condition is not too
bad. Also , your liver blood tests especially enzyme levels , if high that may be
more serious. In most cases fatty liver could be reversed with a low fat diet,
staying away from anything that can damage the liver such as alcohol and drugs
including over the counter or prescription drugs.
I would recommend that you start taking Vit-E 800 i.u. daily and Vit-C 1000 mg. daily.
High protein diet , fresh fruits and vegetables, nuts are all good to improve liver.
Hope you can discuss these with your doctor and take appropriate action.
I wish you well.
Answered: Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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