How to recognise the Symptoms of Damaged Liver
The liver is one of your forgotten organs, as nothing seems to go wrong with it. You can walk around for a long time not knowing that you have anything wrong with your liver.
Symptoms of a Damaged Liver start to show when the liver isn’t able to do its job as well as it did before.
The first sign of Liver Damage that usually shows up is Jaundice. This is easily recognised by the yellowing of the whites of the eyes and your skin. It can also cause the urine to darken and the stool to become pale in colour. Itching of the skin is another side effect.
As more damage happens to the liver you can develop spider-like veins on the chest, neck and shoulders, and also redness on the palms of the hand and soles of the feet.
As the condition worsens, you might develop fluid build up in the stomach cavity. This is caused because the liver is unable to make a protein which normally keeps the fluid in our veins and arteries.
Another place where fluid build-up will occur is in the legs and feet. This causes swelling up and is known as edema.
When the liver isn’t able to convert ammonia, which is a by-product of proteins, into urea to be disposed of through the toilet, it goes into the brain and causes the confusion. As the ammonia level in the brain increases, you can go into a coma and will need to be hospitalised.
As the liver hardens and gets worse blood can no longer easily flow into the liver. This blood backs up into a blood vessel that normally does not handle this amount of fluid and cause increased pressure. These vessels can become weak in spots and balloon outward. This normally happens in the throat, rectum, or belly button area and these ballooned blood vessels can break open and cause internal bleeding. If this happens it has become an emergency situation, and medical help from a hospital is required immediately.
Can all this be prevented?
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