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Tender upper abdomen, itching, oozing lesions on thigh. Due to fatty liver?

Hi doctor I have non alcoholic fatty liver , my gal bladder is removed. I am not eating fatty food, I am taking aspirin 75 gr tablet morning and Fibator during night time daily, my right upper abdominal is tender, now I am using liv.52 tab daily four, I feel itchiness all over the body. I have have pimple like non itchy non oozing things only on my both thighs, dermotolist adviced a cream. What to do all issues are due to fatty liver or side effects of medication or both, please answer. Thanks
Asked On : Tue, 2 Oct 2012
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Fatty liver if untreated can cause alteration in the liver function tests and coagulation profile. The symtoms which you have described could either be due to liver dysfunction or due to side effects of medicines. You need to do liver function tests to rule out aliver cause for the symptoms and then consult your physician for drug side effects to be studied.
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