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I have a problem related with liver since childhood.When ever I eat some spicy or oily food .My chest stares burning very much.I dont have regular food habit.As time permits i use to have food.kindly suggest me to get ride of this.


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replied April 14th, 2012
Liver Disorders, Hepatitis A,B,C Answer A33929
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It is possible that your symptoms to be due to gall bladder dysfunction associated with gall stones. The cause is usually due to poor dietary habits, chronic liver diseases, obesity and a sedentary lifestyle.

The common presentation due to gall bladder dysfunction include - Pain or tenderness under the rib cage on the right side , Pain between shoulder blades, Stools light or chalky colored, Indigestion after eating, especially fatty or greasy foods, Nausea, Dizziness, Bloating, Gas, Burping or belching, Feeling of fullness or food not digesting, Diarrhea (or alternating from soft to watery) and or Constipation.

Diagnosis of the cause would require imaging studies like a ultrasound and blood tests (liver functions).

Improved diet (Avoidance of high fatty foods and grease), Physical exercise, weight loss provide the best results in individuals with low functioning gall bladder. Medicines to improve digestion and cleanse the gall bladder can also be prescribed to help in improvement of symptoms.

The definitive treatment of such conditions is cholecystectomy for patients who are able to tolerate surgery.

You might consult with your doctor for additional information and proper treatment.


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