Urine, Eyes And Feces Appear Yellow, What Are The Symptoms Of Liver Disease?
, I’m 40 years old male, right now I’m experiencing:
Thank you for the question.
Urine that is thick (dark yellow), yellow eyes, pale stools, and pain in the right abdomen can indeed be part of the symptoms of liver disorders, or may not.
There are many types of liver disorders, the most common is hepatitis. This condition refers to inflammation of the liver parenchyma caused by a viral infection. There are many types of hepatitis, ranging from A, B, C, D, E, and G. This disease can be transmitted through several routes, some are via the fecal-oral route (transmitted through food or drinks that are contaminated with other patients' feces), there are also blood passing. In addition to symptoms such as those you experience, hepatitis generally also triggers nausea, vomiting, weakness, fever, cold sweat, loss of appetite, bowel obstruction (can be diarrhea, can be constipated), and stomach bulging (due to enlarged liver). In addition to hepatitis, several types of liver disorders that can manifest clinically as you experience are cirrhosis, liver cancer, to liver failure.
Some other conditions, such as alcoholism, drug side effects, gall bladder or disorders (for example due to inflammation or stones), hemolytic anemia, urinary tract infections, urinary tract stones, inflammation of the intestine, dyspepsia, etc. can also cause complaints like you experience currently.
Distinguish symptoms that arise due to liver disorders and not enough is done only based on a brief description like this. First, you need to check yourself directly to the doctor or a specialist in internal medicine in order to do a physical examination, or supporting tests, such as blood tests, stool tests, ultrasound, endoscopy, urine tests, and so on. In this way, the cause of your complaint and the best treatment can be identified properly.
In the meantime, our advice is:
Drink more (at least 8 glasses per day), especially water
Limit drinking tea, coffee, and soft drinks (maximum 1 cup per day)
Eat a variety of nutritious foods
Only eat food that is clean and thoroughly cooked
Compress the abdominal pain with warm water
Stay away from alcohol and cigarettes
Do not take any medicine without doctor's advice
Hope this helps ...