. Is it likely that with these results he will have irreversible liverdisease or with consistent reduction ...hi 3 months ago my partner had a routine set of bloodtests taken and all normal with exception ...
my brother has hcv and chronic liverdisease. He is in a county jail in orange county california ... edema with ascites, platelets @ 43 etc. I can t figure out which ond of the documents are the results ...
yes and thank you, two weeks ago after Ultra sound and bloodtests the Doctor here in Thailand came bacfk with the diagnosis of AAAAAAA liverdisease . I am grossly overweight and have started weight loss ...
belly was pressed in it was tender, as if bruised. The Doctor ordered bloodtests and called back to say my Liver Function Test results were 3 x the upper range and suggested I forgo alcohol for one month ...
My name Santosh, age 42 years married for 15 years. I take 6-10 cigarette a day, vegetarian since birth only take eggs i.e. may be sometime in 6 months, alcohol may be once in a month or in 6 months. I am feeling these problems for last 20 years....
I am diagnosed with grade 1 nonalcoholic fatty liverdisease. is there any specialized treatment for its recovery to normalcy? Kindly help. Thanks.
it isn't a desease if no cause if found
You should exlude any viral infections such as hepatitis elwith bloodtest
If they result negative you have nothing to worry it will became normal itself
Hello , I have a question plz :
What is the antibiotic and antipyretic of choice in chronic liverdisease with elevated enzymes , thanks
Thanks for the query
The choice of antibiotic for chronic liverdisease is third generation cephalosporin like cefixime . In our hospital we still use paracetamol as an antipyretic agent at reduced doses, an alternative to that would be diclofenac.
Dad has been put on silybon140&livolin after liver biopsy due to liver enlargement but no pain,tested negative to both hep B&C.Waiting for biopsy result.
Livolin is a multivitamin and silybon is prescribed for liverdiseases. These infections are usually blood-borne, but can also be transmitted sexually and feco-oral route.