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Suffering from bleeding, stomach pain and motions together. Scanning shows fatty liver and renal calculas. Treatment?

my name is Archana,NAMAKARAMULU, Sir MY PROBLEM IS BLEEDING , STOMACH PAIN ,MOTIONS,THESE THREE ATTACKED AT A TIME TO ME ,BUT AT NOW , MOTIONS ARE CONTROLLED, MILD STOMOCH PAIN COMES SOMETIMES, BUT BLEEDING IS NOT STOP AND I AM GOING TO NERVOUSNESS ,AFTER GYNACOLOGISTADVISE, SCANNING REPORT SAYS THAT IMPRESSION: Mild Hepato Megaly with Grade-1 Fatty Liver . and Left Renal Calculas
Asked On : Thu, 30 Aug 2012
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hi, how are you today.regarding the scanning report ,you need not worry about mild hepatomegaly with grade1 fatty liver.this is because of slight deposition of fat in liver.please ask your doctor for blood test called Liver Function Test(LFT).if it is normal ,you can ignore fatty liver for time being.regarding left renal calculus ,please drink plenty of liquids.if you develope pain and burning urine in future contact your family physician. so in summary you need not worry about the scan report. take care and have a good day.
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