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Unless there is a complication of cirrhosis like encephalopathy
or a hepatorenal syndrome
, there is no need to stop this.
Having said that, I would like to add that aldactone and lasix are diuretics and they should be taken only if there is leg swelling and ascites. And of course , salt restricted diet should be taken. If there is no ascites or leg swelling, there is no need to take these diuretics.
Similarly lactulose is taken to aid good bowel movements. Because constipation
can lead to encephalopathy. If your bowel movements are good, you need not take lactulose.
But you have portal hypertension
. You need to take beta blocker
medication. You have not mentioned about that. Discuss with your doctor about it.
Vitamin K is not needed for you.
I hope that answers your question.
Let me know if I can assist you further.