my liver usg report is hyptomegaly..........so please tell me .Is milk and banana in breakfast is right or wrong for my health.............?
i asked this question because i taking this in breakfast last four year
What is the cause of the hepatomegaly?
•Congestive heart failure
•Glycogen storage disease
•Hereditary fructose intolerance
•Primary biliary cirrhosis
•Steatosis (fat in the liver from metabolic problems such as diabetes, obesity, and high triglycerides, also called nonalcoholic steatohepatitis, or NASH)
You have a very serious condition so I strongly reccomend you further educate yourself about it. Start with the spelling.
Your breakfast choice is probably fine. Although what type of milk are you drinking? Do you only eat one banana per day? To much potasium can be bad and so can to little. I need to know more about your condition to better be able to help. I wish you the best.
Liver enlargement or hepatomegaly could be due to liver disorders or due to systemic causes like heart failure or hemolysis. The cause for enlargement needs to determined. This is done with the help of blood tests, ultra sonogram and if need be, biopsy of liver will help to clinch the diagnosis. If you can get back to me with the diagnosis, I will be able to elaborate further.
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