- Nausea & Fatigue
- Loss of appetite
- Mental impairment
- Pain in stomach and discomfort
- Nose or oesophagus bleeding
- Yellowish skin & Infections
- Fluid collection in stomach & legs
- Spider veins or Varicose veins
- Internal bleeding
Liver Cirrhosis - Overview
Cirrhosis is a slowly progressing liver disease in which normal liver tissues are replaced by scar or fibrous tissues. When Cirrhosis is in its last stages, it causes liver failure – a condition in which liver fails to do any of its functions. It is a life-threatening condition, which needs an urgent treatment.
Causes of Liver Cirrhosis
Liver cirrhosis is caused due to excessive consumption of alcohol, viral infections (such as hepatitis B, C viruses), heredity, autoimmunity, blockage of the bile duct, abnormal iron or copper absorption, complications of Fatty Liver disease, cystic fibrosis, accidental injury in the liver and other factors that damages the liver.