10 Hepatic Steatosis Symptoms

By adrian
Reviewed: dr. stavarache
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A Feeling of Being Full

Feeling full quicker than normal is another symptom of fatty liver disease. Feeling full after eating very little is known as early satiety and is sometimes accompanied by other symptoms such as nausea and vomiting.

The inflammation caused by abnormal fat levels in the liver can lead to changes in the stomach lining and a reduction in protective cells, which may result in early satiety. The condition can last days or even weeks and can lead to weight loss, nutrient deficiency and poor wound healing.

Hepatic Steatosis

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