Hepatomegaly

What’s hepatomegaly? Hepatomegaly is having an enlarged liver. Your liver is the largest internal organ. It helps your body: digest fats store sugar in the form of glycogen fight off infections produce proteins and hormones control blood clotting break down medications and toxins If you have an enlarged liver, it could mean that you have: a liver disease cancer, such as leukemia a genetic disease heart and blood vessel abnormalities an infection toxin poisoning What are the signs and symptoms of hepatomegaly? An enlarged liver on its own may not have any symptoms. But if a medical condition is causing your enlarged liver, you may experience serious symptoms such as: jaundice, or yellowing of the skin and eyes muscle aches fatigue itching nausea vomiting abdominal pain or mass poor appetite swelling of the feet and legs easy bruising weight loss increasing abdominal size

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Dr Ranjit Kumar Poriya Homeopathy Hepatomegaly Fatty Changes Grade I or Grade 2 Fatty Liver. And Enlarged Of the Liver. Over Body Wt Patient & Excessive Taken Oily Food Red meat Alcohol Milk Ghee Butter Pony Big Fish Cholesterol High Gain. Acidity, Nausea Vomiting Tendency. Medicine No Diet Control Morning Walk Physical Exercise One Of The Best Treatment. Very Very Nice Informative Helpful Post Mam.

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