... eating enough food .it hurts and after eating it quits . how do you know the correct amount of food to eat.it is really affecting my gallbadder function if theie's not enough fat in my diet. o.k. here's a example , oatmeal for breakfast, salad , jello ,crackers, small piece of chicken.dinner is usually cup of brith ,beef or chicken, half a sandwich. my side srats hurting. .i have to fry 2 eggs and have a piece of toast ,then the pain finally goes away.
Hi, the foods you need to eat reguarly are fresh vegatables raw or cooked, go on a high fibre and sea food is very good, avoid any high carbs and fats in your food, i dont know what stage you are at and how long you have been dygnoised, your gp should refer you to a steatohepatis because in some cases if left untreated may cause cirrhosis. Hope you get better soon.
i too have nash but unlike you i am a heavy person !and yes your liver can hurt you i asked my doctors and some said it was in my head but i was sent to a liver doc and he told me yes ,my liver could cause pain !mine also gets hard some times too!i am have gastric bypass surgery around the first of the year so most of this weight will come off !and by my understanding my liver will improve!and being told you would need a liver transplant by the time you are 50 is scary !i'm almost there !
best of luck and God bless
The liver does cause pain! I have experienced pain from my liver ran to my Liver Dr. ASAP!
Antibiotics seems to really set mine off. Yes, losing weight eating fruits and veggies is #!.
I struggle with diet, overweight by 30/40/lbs. I am taking a liver drug to try and stop the progression of cirrhosis fingers crossed. I read depending on age and stage a person is in:
Many +++ years of quality live w/o liver transplant. I for one will not seek liver transplant. I feel we all will die from something. I just don't want to die in massive pain plenty of great Doctors out there that can treat our livers while keeping us pain free. Thank God for the Doctors in the world especially the Liver guru's!
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