Patients Hepatitis and liver diseases
Topic of the discussion
Posted on 3/1/18 12:17 PM
There are around 100 different diseases that affect the liver. Among the most common of them are:
- Alcohol-related liver disease
- Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
- Primary biliary cirrhosis
Are you affected by any of these conditions? What symptoms do you have and what treatment do you get?
Beginning of the discussion - 3/1/18What liver condition do you have? https://www.carenity.co.uk/forum/hepatitis-and-liver-diseases/living-with-hepatitis-andor-liver-diseases/what-liver-condition-do-you-have-2204
Posted on 3/1/18 1:58 PM
Non alcholic fatty liver disease
Posted on 3/3/18 12:16 AM
Non alcoholic fatty liver
Posted on 3/3/18 11:16 AM
What herbs or food can help the liver when its damaged by alcohol. I would appreciate your advice
Posted on 3/4/18 2:47 PM
one of my blood readings is high 640 the GP says it should be 40 .My scans are clear .He is refering me to see liver specialist. My GP dosnt understand what is causing this as all other readings are fine
Posted on 3/9/18 1:01 AM
Non alcoholic fatty liver disease
Posted on 3/14/18 12:08 PM
How were you diagnosed @Hidden username ?
@Hidden username I will try to find an article on this topic and will share it with the community. Meanwhile you can start a new discussion outside of this one. To do this, go back to the previous page (the list of all the discussions in this group) and click on the green button "Create a discussion".
Posted on 3/14/18 1:25 PM
I had blood tests and ultrasound scan. My latest blood tests show liver levels are ok but still have a fatty liver.
Posted on 3/31/18 8:59 PM
I had my gall bladder out aged 40 I was 8 stone then . Since then 15 years on I have fatty liver and I do drink . My cholesterol is also high and I now weigh 12 stone . I need to get exercise to help this and ongoing depression . I joined a leisure centre and started well but the last month I have struggled .
Posted on 3/31/18 10:53 PM
I have fatty liver disease and diabetes type 2 found by ultra sound scan
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