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Severe stomachache, blood in stool. Test indicated fatty liver. What is the treatment?

Hi, This is Praveen (32 ys), my recent blood test and LP test gave shocking results, Cholesterol - 244 and SGPT - 127. My Ultra sound test indicates Fatty Liver (17.2 cm), I used to be a Alcoholic, but since 8 months i have socially (i,e so far i would have had 4-5 times). i even stopped smoking since 2months. Very frequently i bleed along with my stool. I get bad stomach ache before, when ever i bleed. I keep on getting pain at the bottom of my rib position towards the right side, ie near the liver. Can you please provide me of what i should do further, and take care offf...
Asked On : Fri, 27 Jul 2012
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Hi Praveen,
Thanks for your query.
All the problems which you develop are due to alcohol and smoking. Stomach ache before bleed in stool is due to gastric or esophageal varices. All your symptoms are suggestive of Alcoholic fatty liver
I suggest you to stop Alcohol immediately not even socially. Have a balance diet rich in green leafy vegetables & fruits. Have a complete medical checkup with a Medical Gastroenterologist.
Hope this will help you. I will we available for follow up. Wish you a good health.

Answered: Fri, 27 Jul 2012
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