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Liver Symptoms Questionnaire

* Disclaimer: Please note this questionnaire is not a replacement for medical check-up and is not intended to diagnose any type of liver disease.

The symptoms of liver disease are often not obvious. Symptoms can be non-specific such as tiredness, a general feeling of being unwell and mild weight loss. These may be present for many reasons. As a result, liver disease can be overlooked, especially in its early stages.

Below is a list of symptoms associated with liver problems. If you feel you have any number of these symptoms, you may wish to see your doctor. If your symptoms are associated with a liver problem, Essentiale may be appropriate for you.

Liver symptom questionnaire

Do you have:

  • acne, blemishes hives or itchy skin?
  • discoloration in eyes (particularly yellowish blips)?
  • hemorrhoids or varicose veins?
  • hormonal imbalances (PMS, menstrual or menopausal concerns)
  • heat in upper body such as warm face or hot eyes?
  • light colored stools?
  • gas, bloating, nausea, especially after eating fatty foods?
  • difficulty digesting fats?
  • tiredness or sleepiness after eating?
  • weak tendons, ligaments or muscles?
  • mild frontal headaches?
  • tendency to loss of appetite or other eating disorder?
  • weight gain, or difficulty controlling your weight?
  • tendency to wake around 1am to 3am?
  • pain under right shoulder blade?
  • outbursts of anger, irritability or rage?
  • depression that isn't necessarily related to life events?
  • high bilirubin levels?
  • elevated liver enzymes (SGOT, SGPT)?

REMINDER: The medical advice received from this site should not replace a face-to-face patient doctor consultation. Please consult your personal physician for any active or detailed medical concern.
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(*) As shown in experimentally induced-liver cell damage

(**) http://www.liver.ca/liver-health/liver-facts.aspx

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