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LFT normal, ultrasound showed enlarged liver, have intermittent pinching pain around right upper abdomen. Is it related to liver?

hi.recently i got my abdominal ultrasound done,which shoes enlarge liver ( the doctor who was doing said,it is due to outside food ),then later i consulted gestroentrologist,he examined my abdomin & got LFT test which results in normal.he said everything is i feel pinching pain which comes & goes around my right upper it related to my liver??my stool colour & urine colour are normal. pls advice me...thanks
Asked On : Fri, 7 Sep 2012
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Sep 2012
Hi, Welcome to HCM, I am Dr. Das
As LFT is normal it can be said that you dont have any active liver disease. Enlarged liver may occur in many conditions. Most commonly it is associated with fatty changes.
When do you feel the pain? After or before taking meal? It may be due to peptic ulcer disease. Just take Lansoprazole 30 mg once daily before breakfast which will cure this condition.
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