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How common is Cirrhosis?

In India, one in every five persons has liver disease, which is rapidly spreading like an epidemic. The World Health Organisation (WHO) classifies liver illnesses as the tenth most common cause of death in India, accounting for 2.4% of all fatalities. Around 10 to 15 per cent of people are thought to have liver disease, with rural regions having a greater prevalence. Herein, hepatitis B (HBV) and hepatitis C viruses (HCV) are attributed to be the causes of more than half of the patients. The prevalence of cirrhosis brought on by hepatitis C persists despite ongoing advancements in various systems of medicine. The underlying aetiologies also have an impact on the rate of decompensation and the patient's survival.

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What is Liver Cirrhosis?

The term "liver cirrhosis" indicates a disorder that alters the overall typical architecture of the liver and causes it to become fibrous and lumpy in appearance. Cirrhosis is typically seen as the culmination of the progression of numerous chronic liver illnesses. Steatosis, mitochondrial damage, and ROS generation are all factors in the liver's metabolism of alcohol. Alcohol consumption is the primary cause of steatosis, which is the initial stage of alcoholic liver disease. Heavy, persistent alcohol use causes alcoholic liver disease to proceed to hepatitis, fibrosis, and finally, cirrhosis.

Liver Cirrhosis Causes

The following are a few liver cirrhosis causes:

  1. Hepatitis C: A significant cause of liver cirrhosis is the viral illness hepatitis C. The relationship between hepatitis C and oxidative stress can be understood from the fact that the virus reduces the liver's ability to act as an antioxidant.
  2. Chronic alcoholism: The main cause of cirrhosis is chronic excessive alcohol usage. Alcohol is an underlying cause in about 25–30% of cirrhosis cases. Alcohol is metabolised by the liver, and drinking too much of it can harm liver cells and cause inflammation and scarring.
  3. Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD): People who are obese, have health conditions such as metabolic syndrome or type 2 diabetes, or have high cholesterol are more likely to develop NAFLD, a disorder where extra fat builds up in the liver. NAFLD may progress into cirrhosis.

Cirrhosis is an advanced stage of liver fibrosis that can be driven by a number of reasons mentioned above, such as prolonged alcoholism, repeated exposure to toxins in the environment, and viral illness. However, each person is affected differently by these health issues, and they may cause greater liver damage in some persons than others.

Signs of Liver Cirrhosis

Don't ignore the following liver cirrhosis symptoms.

  • Persistent Itching: Itchy skin is a common symptom of cirrhosis, which can be brought on by a malfunctioning liver and an accumulation of toxins in the blood.
  • Fatigue or Weakness: Cirrhosis usually causes a lack of energy and fatigue.
  • Easy Bruising and Bleeding: Cirrhosis affects the liver's capacity to clot blood, which leads to easy bruising and bleeding.
  • A Perplexed State of mind: Confusion, amnesia, personality changes, etc., are all symptoms of the illness known as hepatic encephalopathy, which is linked to liver malfunction.
  • Unintentional Weight Loss: Cirrhosis patients may have appetite reduction, which can result in inadvertent weight loss.
  • Darkened Color of The Urine: Due to the presence of bilirubin, urine may look dark or brownish.
  • Yellowing of Sclera and Skin: It happens when the liver is unable to properly break down the yellow pigment known as bilirubin, which is produced when red blood cells are broken down.
  • Swelling in the Abdomen or Belly: Cirrhosis can result in fluid retention, which is an abdominal enlargement brought on by an accumulation of fluid in the abdominal cavity.

Diagnostic Tests

Liver Biopsy

To determine the degree of liver scarring, a liver biopsy is performed. When the findings of other tests are ambiguous, a liver biopsy can determine whether someone has cirrhosis. A hepatologist may use the biopsy to assess the origin of the cirrhosis and if the patient requires therapy.

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Blood Test

Signs of liver illness and liver failure might be revealed by a number of liver function tests. These gauge the quantities of bilirubin, proteins, and other liver products in your blood. Additionally, some disorders or recognized adverse effects, such as impaired blood coagulation, may be detected by blood testing.

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Imaging Tests

The size, shape, and texture of your liver can be revealed by imaging tests such as an abdominal ultrasound, CT scan, or MRI. Elastography, a specialised imaging procedure, measures the degree of stiffness or fibrosis in your liver using ultrasonic or MRI technologies.

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Tips to Prevent Liver Cirrhosis

  • Avoid Toxins
  • Manage Diabetes
  • Limit Salt Intake
  • Eat a Balanced Diet
  • Medication Management
  • Prevent Hepatitis Infection
  • Maintain a Healthy Weight
  • Regular Medical Checkups
  • Limit Alcohol Consumption
  • Avoid Intravenous Drug Use

Liver Cirrhosis Stages

  1. Compensated Cirrhosis

    The liver is severely injured at this early stage, yet its functions can still make up for the damage. Patients may not experience any symptoms at all, or they might only have minor symptoms like weakness or little stomach pain. Imaging examinations may show liver scarring and liver function tests may be abnormal.

  2. Decompensated Cirrhosis

    This stage develops when the liver's capacity to function properly is seriously diminished. Symptoms, including hepatic encephalopathy (confusion and cognitive decline caused by liver disease), ascites (fluid buildup in the abdomen), and jaundice (yellowing of the skin and eyes) intensify and become more obvious.

  3. End Stage Cirrhosis

    At this advanced stage, the liver's functions are substantially compromised, and the patient may face a number of consequences, including acute malnutrition, a greater likelihood of infections, and kidney malfunction (hepatorenal syndrome). Hepatic encephalopathy and ascites might grow resistant to treatment.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Yes, Bharat Homeopathy addresses the underlying cause of the disease and has successfully treated various patients who were struggling with liver disorders for years. To learn more about their stories, visit our YouTube channel.

Homeopathic medicines are highly diluted and absolutely safe when prescribed by a qualified homeopath.

Homeopathic treatment focuses on managing symptoms, improving overall health, and potentially slowing down the progression of the disease.

A homeopathic liver doctor often provides dietary and lifestyle guidance as part of their treatment plans. To support general well-being, this may involve suggestions for a balanced diet, abstaining from alcohol and particular foods, and leading a healthy lifestyle.

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