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What causes fatty liver ?

I am 44 year old male. i have fatty liver as per recent examination.I have also recently done my Hepitities C antibody test,IgG;Anti HCV indicates Index value as 0.05 . Kindly advise this result means what (Reactive or non reactive).My SGOT is 59 and SGPt -52. i am suffring from sleep disorder for the past 1 year and also depression. I am also having burning sensation in my toes and spine area.
Thu, 24 Mar 2011
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In this condition take more water,butter milk and avoid oily foods,spicey foods.regular walking,yoga advisible.
  Anonymous's Response

Fatty liver means accumulation of fatty molecules in the liver cells. there is synthesis of fat in the liver cells and are stored there only. the causes are alcohol consumption, in diabetes, hypertension, in obese people,in people suffering from hepatiits c, in people suffering from lipid disorders and many more..

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Common causes for fatty liver (usually diagnosed by ultrasonogram) are - Obesity, Alcohol intake and Diabetes Mellitus. All the three can also cause neuropathy. The cause in your case has to be treated. Psychiatrist's advice will be useful for your sleep disorder.
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