If I had a problem with my liver, any kind of disease or whatever, what symptoms would I have how would I feel

Feb 20
Posted by admin Filed in Nausea Lethargy
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If I had a problem with my liver, any kind of disease or whatever, what symptoms would I have how would I feel
I had blood work done about 2 months ago. Doctor told me liver was normal & so was everything else he checked for too (thyroid etc.) but I still get frequent symptoms of headaches, feeling lethargic & nausea. I told him about the headaches and he suggested I try a night mouth gaurd to see if that helps get rid of them. I tried one of the store kinds that you heat in boiling water for a minute or 2 then mold it to fit one’s mouth but it didn’t work, I still get the frequent headaches, have a bad headache right now :( and I still get the fatigue and nausea too. I noticed these symptoms all started when my digestive issues started and at the same time I was having gallbladder issues. I didn’t know it, but at the time I started to get all my symptoms my gallbladder had become blocked with gallstones & was causing severe sharp pains frequently esp after eating fried foods. My gb was removed but I still get the headaches, lethargy & nausea. Could these be due to having a liver problem?

Answer by eugene65ca
Consult your doctor

Answer by mahen
NO.

Answer by jennifer
Ask your doctor, don’t take medical advice online.

Answer by Sandy Dahling!
If you had liver problems they would have shown up in your blood work. Also, your urine would be very dark and smelly.

Maybe it’s stress related?

Answer by bushcrimesyndicate
PMS is my guess…document your cycles and symptoms…there are 16 horomone changes a cycle so women get tired,migraines etc….see if that helps figure it out

Answer by cataliz
Try Dr. Jesus Christ of Nazareth. He heals for free – the only requirement is … faith in Him.

Read Mark’s Gospel Chapter 5:25-34

Answer by the_only_solorose
your doctor already told you your liver was normal, the lab tests proved that. The fatigue and nausea are likely due to the fact that you haven’t changed your diet since you had your gb out. You body cannot deal with the fats you used to eat, and obviously still do, you are putting toxins into your blood and body and they are causing your nauea fatigue and headaches. Cut your fat intake to less than 10% of your total intake and you will find yourself feeling much better.

Answer by TweetyBird
If liver and thyroid are normal, stop looking for trouble there. Have a hormone panel run.

Answer by danielle
they could be due to liver problems but then there could be a number of reasons for them, for example you could be anaemic. have you had tests for diabetes?? if its a liver problem then you may notice yellowing of the skin. If your not happy with your doctors diagnosis then i would suggest seeking another opinion. see if you can have an appointment with another docotr to put your mind at rest, and dont worry about offending your current doctor as you are entitled to a second opoinion!! good luck!

Answer by doughnut2006
I would not have thought so. People with Liver problems in most cases tend to loose a fair amount of weight/and their eye-balls/skin can turn a yellowy colour. I have Thyroid problems and will be on medication for the duration, but do not have your type of systems. My best advice is ask your doctor for a more thorough examination and perhaps a Bar-em Meal X Ray may show something. Best of Luck

nausea lethargy: If I had a problem with my liver, any kind of disease or whatever, what symptoms would I have how would I feel

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What do you call when you get dizzy/nausea after just eating fatty and oily foods?

Feb 12
Posted by admin Filed in Nausea After Eating
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What do you call when you get dizzy/nausea after just eating fatty and oily foods?
Suya’ in Filipino, I don’t know what they call it in English?

Answer by S P
Gallbladder stones or problems. See a doctor.

Answer by DeannetheGreat
The only thing I can think of is that some people call it “a gallbladder attack”.

Medically-speaking, the gallbladder holds the bile that aids in digestion & breakdown of fatty foods, so it stands to reason that if one had trouble after eating only fatty/oily/greasy foods, there may be a gallbladder issue involved. One example would be a gallstone in the duct leading away from the gallbladder and blocking the passage of bile to the duodenum.

nausea eating: What do you call when you get dizzy/nausea after just eating fatty and oily foods?

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