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i had a swollen liver about a month ago and i took a blood test at the beginning of this month and the doctor said i was fine . . . but now i feel my right side of my stomach is bigger than the other. I thought it was just a tease muscle or something but its been there for 3 days now. I don't know if the swollen liver is back i never feelt it before when the doctor said it was swollen. Does anyone have any ideas on what this could be ??
also does anyone now how long it takes for trush (thrush) (yeast infection) in the mouth to go away i was giving medicine on the 5th and it has improved very slowly but tomorrow is the last day i take the medicine and it still isn't gone !!!
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