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Enlarged Liver

Enlarged liver symptoms indicate that a person has a liver problem and there is a possibility that a disease is developing in this important organ which control largely metabolic functions. If it isn't treated it can lead to liver failure and at this point the only way to keep the patient alive is through a liver transplant.
As with the most liver diseases, there are no early symptoms for enlarged liver. However, if the problem isn't treated well, the liver can become large that the below symptoms will-begin to appear.

Painful muscles and joints
Lack of appetite or desire to eat food
A cough that is not as a result of a cold or a flu
Occasional nausea, vomiting and fevers
Cloudy and dark urine
Feeling weak and chronic fatigue
Abdominal pain and feeling of fullness
Fluid accumulation in the abdomen
Irregular bowel habit such as diarrhea and constipation
Increased sensitivity to light a condition called photophobia

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Words from our in House Expert:

dr.-dave-bordered.jpgDr. Dave States: When an individual has an enlarged liver, it is usually due to excessive inflammation or disease process in which the liver has an autoimmune function.  Feeding the liver all the proper digestive enzymes and liver enzymes help clean itself.  The liver is the most regenerative organ of the body.  When given the proper nutrients it can bounce back quick.  We have many different liver support supplements on site.

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