1. HIGH CHOLESTEROL AND BLOOD CLOTTING
Hypertension and high cholesterol can both be caused by obesity and they are both also symptoms of underlying liver disease. You are more likely to have your doctor check your cholesterol levels regularly, so if these are elevated, have them also check your blood enzymes for signs of liver disease.
Blood clotting more quickly than normal can also be related to liver disease. Some patients with cirrhosis of the liver or liver fibrosis have been observed with blood that clotted easily.
2. SKIN SENSITIVITY AND SKIN PROBLEMS
Itchy skin or spider veins on the surface of the skin can be a result of edema or swelling happening under the skin. Skin may also appear red or flushed. In patients who are also diabetic, skin may look bronzed when liver failure is imminent.
3. SWELLING IN THE ABDOMEN OR LEGS
Noticing swelling in your lower legs or bloating in the abdomen could be a sign of advanced toxic liver and is a cause for immediate concern. The inflamed liver causes a build up of fluid that your liver is not able to process like it would in its healthy state. The swelling can be painful due to the pressure it puts on the skin and surrounding tissues.
For overweight or obese patients, the swelling can be disguised by fat in the abdomen and the toxic liver may be missed by doctors. One study found that obese children were not being appropriately screened for liver disease by pediatricians, even though they had the risk factor of being overweight.
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