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Profuse sweating and liver disease

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How to diagnose liver disease?

How do i know if i have liver disease? What are the treatments? What about cure and diet Thanks XXXXXXX ...

Is chronic liver disease treatable?

My elder brother have liver problem doctor diagnosis chronic liver disease CTP A, and recommend for further test, recommended some medicine. is curable. one thing i would like to share with you that my ...

Is chronic liver disease fatal?

.Changes of liver parenchyma suggestive of chronic liver disease . 5.Ill-defined T2 hyperintense ...?Is chronic liver disease fatal?Is there any chance of recurrence of the calculi in the hepatic duct? ...

What causes compensated liver disease?

Hi, I have stage 4 non- alcoholic cirrhosis, i believe Since XXXXXXX 2011. I had been getting phlebotomy therapy for approximately 17-18 years for hemochromatosis and polycythemia Vera . I had one internal bleed late last year. I feel relatively...

Can Lidocaine be used for liver disease?

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What is the cause of profuse sweating with coughs?

- Profuse sweating during day and night. At night I only get sweating in my head and shoulders. My pillow ... took me 45 min in the bathroom!) - I have a long history of having a fatty liver with elevated ALT ...

Is this any liver disease ?

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....

Fatty liver disease

Can you die from fatty liver disease ? ...

Diet for liver disease

can any one suggest which food is better for a patient (diabetic) who is suffering from fatty lever (alocholic)

Is it normal to have blurred vision, profuse sweating and rapid heart rate?

was 120 beats a minute. Blood test came back clear for liver, kidney, blood count and negative ...

Spinal stenosis, liver disease, fluid in lungs

my boyfriends 71 year old father is in I think in the last stages of Spinal Stenosis he also has Liver disease .He cannot move his limbs and is listless.We had to bring him to the emergency at 3 ...

Can liver disease cause a rash?

to the doctor. No one seems to know what it is. I am concerned that it might be liver disease as he is a heavy daily drinker and is not honest with his physicians about it. Can liver disease cause a rash? ...

Will abstinence from alcohol treat liver disease?

levels within normal range, A liver biopsy showed iron stores in the liver (stage 2 fibrosis) and less fat than they anticipated (diagnosis from US was fatty liver). I am 29 years old and have been ...

What is the treatment for diffused parenchymal liver disease?

Hi , I have been diagnosed with Diffused parenchymal liver disease in my recent Ultrasound for liver ,my ALT,SGOT are showing 121, 233 ,Bilirubin is 2.1 ..I am OK otherwise with normal appetite ...

Could haemorrhage of blood be due to liver disease?

this be a result of liver disease? ...
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what is the medicine of liver disease and it cure
hello. there are various kinds of liver disease. Multiple causes. what are you referring to? Do you have any reports?
Do elevated liver enzymes mean liver disease?
Hello! Yes,elevated liver enzymes are indicative for a liver disease.These enzymes are inside liver cells.When these cells are destroyed in some conditions ,they are released in blood and the level of these enzymes in blood is increased over normal range. Take care.
Do elevated liver enzymes always mean liver disease?
IT means liver cell damage, any cause such as , fever, liver disease and alcohol etc.
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