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What symptoms did you get concerning NASH?
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Non-alcoholic steatohepatitis is known for having little to no symptoms. When symptoms do occur they usually consist of an enlarged liver, pain in the upper right abdomen or fatigue.
What symptoms did you experience before being diagnosed with NASH?
@JosephineO For me I became very, very tired but it was a long journey to being diagnosed. They did many tests before saying I had NASH.
I had occasional pain in my abdomen but it was certainly fatigue that I experienced the most.
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@JosephineO The first symptoms I had was fatigue it was terrible then I had pain in my left side rotating To around my back , a few weeks later I had terrible itching and I had recently Had some bloods taken and the results were bad it showed that my liver was not working very well , I was in hospital for 2 weeks and then sent to Birmingham to be seen by a liver consultant, he said I had stage 3 Nash , about 6 months after I had a fibro scan witch unfortunately My Nash had turned to cirrhosis,
I had numerous signs and symptoms just to name a few: my eyes had a yellow tinge, gastric problems and liver function blood tests were high (ALT and Gamma G T).
After having done: Fibroscan, Abdominal Ultrasound Scan, MRI Scan with Contrast and then finally a Liver Biopsy - after all results were in, I saw the Liver Specialist who told me quite sternly to get my diet and diabetes under control or I would be going on the Liver Transplat List.
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