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Hi, Total bilirubin shows elevated in blood result. Liver function test is in normal range, did ultra sound scanning, also all good. Could you please advise me what should I do next.
Hi sir, Please suggest in my LFT reports some variations are there sgot sgpt GGT values are high No history of jaundice or any hepatitis. Only am having thyroid tsh 6.5. Is there Any treatment for high LFT and TSH?
My sgpt is 46 and sgot is 40 is this normal or I should see doctor very soon i'm alcoholic. Please suggest me.
Dear Sir, My mother is suffering from fatty liver from last 4 months. Actually this problem comes with typhoid issues. She is suffering from other problems also like high blood pressure & thyroid. Currently she taking homeopathy medicine from last 2 months after allopathy (change medicine after no benefit seems) please suggest the medicine & best treatment.
Dear Doctor, I was diagnosed with the fatty liver grade II in April, 2018 with high lipid profile however no scarring of liver. I was on evion lc and atorvastatin 10. Though I was not a heavy drinker however completely quit drinking with healthy diet and lots of physical exercise. My LFT and lipid profile came normal in June and August 2018. The treating doctor stopped evion lc and reduced atorvastatin to 5 mg after the physical exam and told that it seems liver has recovered. I've been taking alcohol since last 3 months (3-4 days in a week with 3 drinks on each occasion) however still walking 5 kms everyday. Since last 5 days I am having a lot of light headedness. I am scared now. My question is that can a grade II fatty liver be transformed into cirrhosis in 3 to 4 months of aforesaid alcohol consumption.
Meri mom ko fatty liver hai 18 mm. Thyroid bhi hai hypothyroid. Mammy ka weight bohat badh raha hai abhi unka weight 110 ho gaya hai. Weight kam karne ke liye kya karna chahiye. Unko dono knee pain bhi hota hai. Is sab ko thik karne ke liye kya kare. Please help.
My dad has developed Liver Cirrhosis and was under English Medicines treatment can we now switch over to Ayurveda is it safe to do this. Also his situation is that he is unable to walk since legs and abdomen have swollen.
My report says_ "Both lobes of liver show homogenous mid-level echotexture. Intrahepatic portal and hepatic venous systems appear normal. No obvious intrahepatic mass lesson is seen. Intrahepatic biliary radicals are not dilated. What does it mean? Is there any problem?
Liver surgery or reception is actually a very serious operation that should always be done by some skilled or experienced surgeons. Due to the fact that the person with liver cancer also has some other issues besides cancer that is why surgeons need to remove enough for the liver so that all of the cancer can be removed and still has to leave a decent amount and so that the liver functions properly. Liver plays an important part in the clotting of blood and also the factors that a lot of blood passed through it and the fact that after the rejection of liver there is usually lot of bleeding so that is a primary concern.
Possible Side-effects of Risks involving Liver Resection
Surgery or liver resection is a very important operation so it is necessary that you are healthy enough to go for the surgery and the doctor is sure of the benefits compared to the risks as every surgery bears risks of its own. This surgery is no different as it also has some risks such as:
- Blood clots in the lungs
- There is action may cause some damage to the surrounding organs
- Pneumonia is always common risk
- Although bleeding is a risk with any surgery, the stake can be much higher in this case. This is due to the fact that huge amount of blood passes through the liver. As liver helps in the clotting of blood this surgery can affect this also.
- People who are getting liver transplant have specially a concern in the form of infection as they need to take proper medicines to repress the immune system. People who are taking medicines can be affected with serious infections and in some cases medicines also cause there own side effects.
- In Spite of having proper medicines to repress the new system there is always a possibility that the body Would Still reject a new liver.
What to expect after the surgery
It will take your time to do your regular day to day activities as your bowel movements will still not function properly. Eventually you can resume your regular lifestyle once you leave the hospital. You should definitely about yourself from lifting heavy things for several weeks and you should definitely follow the instructions given by your doctor.
Feeling weakness is pretty much normal and the duration of time to heal from an operation varies from one person to another. People undergoing laparoscopic hepatectomy is likely to go home sooner than the person undergoing open hepatectomy.