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Sidroycal 01-21-2012 10:51 PM

Fatty Liver
 
What is a Fatty Liver?
How to treat this or tackle this?
My doctor seemed to be not muuch concerned when it was diagnosed during health check up, is it something which disappears as you shed your body fat through exercise etc.?

xBabyGirlx28x 01-24-2012 12:11 PM

Re: Fatty Liver
 
i don't think so i think you need to stop drinking if you are drink or you'll end up with cirrious of the liver.

jess679 02-22-2012 04:50 PM

Re: Fatty Liver
 
My doctor told me I have a fatty liver (non-alcoholic) and I had extremely high liver panel results and ultrasounds done. He put me on actos and metaformin. Some studies show that it improves your liver function. Still all new to me so I am doing a lot of research.

Hypochondriacyy 02-23-2012 08:34 PM

Re: Fatty Liver
 
[QUOTE=jess679;4932650]My doctor told me I have a fatty liver (non-alcoholic) and I had extremely high liver panel results and ultrasounds done. He put me on actos and metaformin. Some studies show that it improves your liver function. Still all new to me so I am doing a lot of research.[/QUOTE]

Jess you said in another roost you had yellow eyes? Did the doctors say you were jaundice and why? I didn't think a fatty live caused yellow eyes

Charliemike56 03-04-2012 02:36 PM

Re: Fatty Liver
 
[QUOTE=jess679;4932650]My doctor told me I have a fatty liver (non-alcoholic) and I had extremely high liver panel results and ultrasounds done. He put me on actos and metaformin. Some studies show that it improves your liver function. Still all new to me so I am doing a lot of research.[/QUOTE]
My wife's GI Doc told her the fatty liver was rapidly becoming the norm.

Hypochondriacyy 03-04-2012 03:59 PM

Re: Fatty Liver
 
[QUOTE=Charliemike56;4938871]My wife's GI Doc told her the fatty liver was rapidly becoming the norm.[/QUOTE]

Yes very true, a friend works in a radiology lab told me they don't even include fatty liver as an abnormality in the findings on reports anymore, thats how common it is.


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