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Hi my age is 25 still 2 years I was suffering from ulcer the problem is that not proper digestion health down can you please suggest what is treatment for that kind of problem.
Hello Dr. I am 30 years old and my metabolism is very poor I always hav gastric problem and if I eat little more my wait start to increase and stomach get absent. And I am getting fat balls on my body (lymphoma) Please suggest me something please.
I am 28 yrs old, and having regular problem of acid in stomach, due to acid pain in chest and left hand side of stomach.what to do ti get rid of this?
What is the best remedy for constipation. It's for first time I am having this problem. My stool is not coming out and is very hard to touch. It's stuck in the rectum and hurts when I tries to puch it out. Can I drink water . I also 4 tea spoonful of sorbitol with water but does no work. Is it life threatening ,how to get rid of this?
What is fatty liver?
Fatty liver, or steatosis, is a term that describes the build-up of excess fat in the liver. While it's normal to have some fat in your liver for its regular functioning when fat makes up at least 5% of the liver its termed as fatty liver. Fatty liver can be a completely benign (Not harmful) condition and usually does not lead to liver damage. However, once there is a build-up of simple fat, the liver becomes vulnerable to further injury, which may result in inflammation and scarring of the liver.
Causes of fatty liver include:
Alcoholism- Most common cause
hyperlipidemia, or high levels of fats in the blood
Rapid weight loss
Side effect of certain medications, including aspirin, steroids, tamoxifen, and tetracycline.
There isn't a medication or surgery to treat fatty liver. Lifestyle modifications like-
Limiting or avoiding alcoholic beverages
Managing your cholesterol
Controlling your blood sugar
Avoiding high amount of fatty and sugary foods
Dietary modification-Increasing fiber like fruits and vegetables, Whole grain cereals, sprouts
Exercising- 45-60 minutes at least 4-5 days/week