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No hunger. LFT, blood tests done. Liver cyst present. Again nervousness, headaches, acidity. High ESR. What can be exactly happening?

my father is suffering from strange illness like he is not getting hungry,same problem happened 5 years ago.then doctor did all tests like scanning, liver functionality,blood tests and said he is having simple cysts in liver but they r not chronic .Iillness is due to drug reaction.they treated and then he was fine but now after 5 years he again got the same problem like nervous,slightly headache and he is having acidity did scanning of digestive system, liver functionality,kidney functionality and chest x-ray ,blood tests.all is normal except ESR rate is high like 103 mm/hr.Can u please suggest what is happening exactly with him i am very thankful to you.
Asked On : Fri, 30 Mar 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Dear Friend.
ESR of 103 mm/hr sounds fishy.
High ESR indicates that inflammation in goin on in the body.

How it was make sure that cyst in the liver was a simple cyst?
Cyst in a liver can be benign. But it can be a liver abscess. or malignancy.
Tell us his Liver Function tests reports, haemogram.

Does he suffer from any other illness like joint pains, frequent mouth ulcers, red eye.
Is he having any weight loss..

Review with us with his all reports and the questions asked

Stay Healthy

Dr Anshul, MD
Answered: Wed, 6 Nov 2013
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