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Constipation, done blood test, ultrasound showed enlarged liver. Had tonsillectomy, lost weight

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Constant constipation liver, kidney blood results show normal hemoglobin 163

done ultrasound and they said everthing is normal except liver is enlarged a little bit.
they couldnt find the pancrease .. they said maybe hidden under layers of fat
i was in hospital for a full blood test including hiv, klymedia, kidney, liver and prostate has been tested also.

i weighted 86kg, 178cm
basic active
had tonsillectomy about 13 day ago and lost like 10 kilos but still have this hard stomach and food is not going down without taking some laxatives..
Posted Wed, 12 Sep 2012 in Digestion and Bowels
Answered by Dr. Charles S Narasi 54 minutes later
Hello, AAAAA,
I am glad to know that all your blood tests came out
normal.Sonogram or ultrasonography can show the
liver structure well.Pancreas is generally not seen
very clearly unless most recent or advanced methods
are used.Your height and weight are in the normal range.
If somebody has a body fat greater than 35-40 % ,then
there is a strong possibility of having a condition called
"Non-alcoholic-fatty-liver-disease" (NAFLD). This is
associated with an enlarged liver.Since all your liver tests
are normal, I would not be concerned.Sometimes, after
any kind of surgery, the intestines slow down a little bit.
Stay active, drink more fluids and you can take some
stool softener for a short time.
wish you good health.
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