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Ultrasound showing fatty liver, prostatomegaly and dilation of the pelvicalyceal system. Suffering from giddiness, fatigue. Treatment?

Sir/Madam, I had a Ultrasound done and it revealed Grade-1 Fatty liver , -Grade-1 Prostatomegaly and Mild right hydroureteronephrosis, again Ultrasound after 1 week shows only Mild Dilatation of Right Pelvicalyceal system what is the cause and preventive treatment (Also Prostate volume was 26 and then now 23 compared to my earlier reading 15/16 cc) Other/ General Complaints: 1) Giddiness 2) Urgency to pass urine (in control but sometimes, when the bladder is full) 3) Fatigue/ Exhaustion /down/ Nervus exhaustion and more pulpitations if food is delayed
Asked On : Fri, 30 Nov 2012
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General Surgeon 's  Response
Apr 2013
Hi and welcome to HCM.
The most common liver disorder is fatty liver which can be found in healthy people, but usually is resulting from elevated blood lipids, overweight and elevated blood sugar. If ultrasounds didnt find anything and viral markers are negative then you have no reason to be concerned. YOu should treat it by changing dietary and lifestyle habits. Do exercise, avoid alcohol, smoking, fats, fast food and carbonated drinks. Eat more fruit and vegetables, boiled meat and follow some of hepatoprotective diets. Findings usually improves on such measures. If not, then some medicines can be prescribed. dilatation of pelvicanaela sytem is mainly caused by stone and you need justr frequent check ups. Rarely it can be caused by tumors so if there is progression of dilatation you should do intravenous urography or ct scan.
Wish you good health.Regards
Answered: Fri, 25 Oct 2013
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