Liver Disorders Information Center
Cirrhosis does not have a cure. However, it is treatable when detected in the early stages. Understanding the symptoms will be helpful in seeking medical assistance to diagnose the condition and take appropriate action such as a change in the diet and lifestyle to prevent further scarring of the liver.
It can be concluded that it is a serious mitochondrial disease, with a symptomatic treatment that is not always effective when a high staging is reached. The experience of the last decade makes us think that the progression in the study of these patients will thicken the group of known metabolopathies.
It is possible for a damaged liver to heal itself when it is within its self-heal limit. Heavy drinking and consuming processed food rich in fat makes it hard for the organ to break down the food particles. Upon noticing the damage earlier, preventing further scar tissue is possible.
Skin loses the texture & luster, yellow color eyes, weight gain, discolored stools, compromised immune system are some of the signs that your liver is not working properly.
Generally, weight loss, fatigue, anorexia are first symptoms to arise but are often not concerned about by the patient.
Timely management is the key to get rid of cirrhosis. One should monitor his alcohol intake as maximum cases of cirrhosis of liver are encountered in those who consume a lot of alcohol. A little alcohol is considered okay but as it is said extremes of everything is dangerous so is with the alcohol.