- Fatigue and Nausea
- Indigestion and Recurrent infections
- Inability to lose weight
- Overheating of body
- Pain in the area of liver
- Excessive sweating
- Swelling of feet and abdomen
- Blood Vomiting and Bleeding from gums
Fatty Liver - Overview
The accumulation of excessive fat in the liver causes swelling and enlargement of liver. It can make the metabolism slow and create heart disease. Fatty Liver blood tests are some of the most commonly performed blood tests. These tests can be used to assess liver functions or liver injury.
Causes of Fatty Liver
Excessive consumption of alcohol, calorie food and soft drinks, increased body weight (Obesity), diabetes, high levels of triglycerides (fat) in the blood, rapid loss in weight, pregnancy, certain cancer chemotherapy drugs, high blood pressure, malnutrition and hypothyroidism are the causes of Fatty Liver.