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Having fatty liver, hypothyroidism, diarrhoea, abdominal pain. No relief from medicines. Solution?

This is Dr.zobaida akhter, age 56, before 5 months it was diagnosis SGPT 165, SGOT 135, at present SGOT 50 and SGPT 80. I have hypothyroid . I am taking Ursocol 300. At the begining I had no symptom, but before three weeks i had a decentry from that my whole abdominal pain is going on, I have IBS also not so serious. I took medicine for both but not get relieved from pain. Is it for acidity, IBS, Mucus or for liver? or food habit. I took lots of leafy vegetables. Kindly give your opinion how to reduce pain and fatty liver?y weight is 68 kg , height 5 feet 1 inch
Asked On : Thu, 10 Jan 2013
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Welcome to health acre magic!

Fater reading your question there are some major points: elevated SGOT AND SGPT few months back, you are hypothyroid and have IBS, currently you are on urosodol. Three weeks ask you had dysentery for which you took treatment but still you suffer from pain in abdomen.

Freom my clinical eerie nice I can say that the pain appears to be due to dysentery you had as prior to it you had no pain. Dysentry might have also aggravated your IBS, thereby increasing the discomfort. I think that taking another course of a good antibiotic which targets both aerobic and anaerobic bacteria, an antacid and anti spasmodic would help you a lot.
You should get an ultrasound abdomen done, along with blood counts and a complete lidrofile to get more clear picture. Fatty live can also cause some pain in abdomen.

What you can start now to help yourself is that- avoid fatty and spicy food altogether,
- eat small and frequent meals
- prefer semisolid diet over full heavy meals
-get adequate hydration by drinking enough water
-you pear to be over weight for your height, doing regular walks will also be good to keep your self fit, and also be very good for IBS

Remainng hungry only aggravates the situation by increasing the acid production.
You have not mentioned that you take alcohol but still I want to say that if you do, please stop it as it will help your liver a lot.
What I find reading your case is that due to hypothyroidism, you may have increased lipids which can also cause fatty liver in your body.
It would be good if you go for a fresh thyroid test done.
Hope the answer helps you
Pelease feel free to ask about any other health issue

Answered: Mon, 21 Oct 2013
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