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there really isnt a date. one your liver fails and you dont get another from a donner or family member then u have a slim chance of living and you die because you liver flushe…s out waste and thats why its importnant to drink water all the time and not to drink alot of alcohol esspecailly not at one time
Galactosamine (GalN), an established experimental toxin, mainly causes liver injury via the generation of free radicals and depletion of UTP nucleotides.
End stage liver failure is also known as cirrhosis. The patientwould have fluid and may look pregnant, they could be jaundiced,and experience no pain or quite a bit of pain. T…he person could bevery weak and lead to coma and death.
YES! Research shows that about 50% of patients who were given Aspirin (also called acetylsalicylic acid) regularly in anti-inflammatory doses have developed mild, dose-de…pendent reversible liver damage. Note: Regular and heavy consumption of Aspirin will produce hemorrhage.
Bulimia can cause a ton of things. * Anemia * Ruptured esophigas * Ulcers * Constipation * Brittle, dry skin *Bruised knuckles * Organ Failure---including …liver * Stomach pain * DEATH Bulimia is a very serious disorder. There was one woman who died from multiple organ failures from this. If you or someone you know is suffering from this, seriously, see a doctor.
The early signs of liver disease in any breed of dog are loss of appetite, weight loss, and chronic intermittent vomiting and diarrhea. Drinking and urinating more may be …the first signs and a good reason for seeking medical attention.
Yes, you can die from any kind of failure.
yes, it can.
Actually they are the same because both of them effect the same organ, but they would be treated differently though.
Yes. Lupus can cause autoimmune hepatitis.
According to information found on the Mayo Clinic website, there are two types of fatty liver disease. One is nonalcoholic and is generally caused by obesity and a high fat di…et (my words, not exactly the words used by Mayo Clinic but basically similar info). It is common and usually does not cause harm. However, in SOME people, it can lead to liver failure. Alcoholic fatty liver is a whole other animal. As long as the person continues to drink, it can definitely progress to liver failure, especially in heavy alcoholics. The liver can only process so much alcohol per day or even per hour before the liver is affected.
Fulminant liver failure most commonly happens during acute viral hepatitis, but it is also the result of mushroom poisoning by Amanita phalloides and toxic reactions to some m…edicines, like an overdose of acetaminophen.
dose your skin get dry are oily