How To Detect Liver Disease?
.. r nI want to ask a few days ago I was given oral medication and mouthwash to detect internal disease. The results of the test showed that I was having a liver disorder. r nAnd from the articles I read almost everything I experienced. r nLike r n- stomach ache, flatulence, pain and tension r n- feet and hands like swelling, soles like pierced and sometimes like pain like sprains r n- my body likes bruising r n- constipation r n- the stomach sometimes likes to hurt until it feels back. r n r nyg I want to ask whether the symptoms that I often experience are because of the Liver …? r n please ask for an explanation. r nand what solution do I have to do. r nour color is getting very worried about this. r n r nThank you
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The first most important question is actually where do you get oral medication and mouthwash to detect the disease. Is it true from a doctor, does it have a valid permit, does it have a valid research background, and is it carried out by an official agency. Because if the origin is not clear, then the initial response should be to question its authenticity, rather than directly trusting the results that it provides.
This is because of the symptoms that you feel, there are some that are caused by diseases of the liver or liver, but can also be caused by other conditions, such as the hands and feet felt pierced because of arthritis, nerve disorders or even psychological disorders, swelling in the legs can be due to too much sitting, worm infections, and kidney disorders, as well as parts of the stomach that hurt to the back can be due to stomach acid, stomach ulcers and digestive tract infections.
In addition, liver disease or liver disease itself there are many kinds. Such as liver disease due to bile disorders, toxic compounds, alcohol, fatty liver, cancer, hereditary diseases and hepatitis. Hepatitis also has hepatitis A, B, C, D, E and autoimmune hepatitis. So it is said to have liver disease which liver is not specific. Furthermore, each type of liver disease also has different investigations.
In addition, whether you realize it or not, if you read the article, it may be that what happens is that you match the symptoms you have. For example, complaints of abdominal pain actually rarely appear, not too disturbing and the last you feel it, the time is relatively long enough. However, because the complaint is in an article that you really believe in, you feel the complaint as if it really has a significant effect. In fact, medical science and diagnosis of a disease are more than just matching symptoms.
Therefore, we suggest, tests like the one you are taking are actually not a problem to do to raise one's awareness of their physical health. But do not immediately believe in the results, clarify again with the relevant doctor (which in this case is a hepatologist or internist) or at least a general practitioner. The doctor will carry out further examinations on you, and whether you are really sick or not, and what diseases are attacking you and how the treatment will be determined after this examination. So, hopefully answering your question.