11 Dangerous Signals That Your Body Is Sending You in Order to Warn You That Your Liver Is Damaged


A damaged liver can be very dangerous if you are not sure that there is something wrong with it. If you want to know what is really happening, read about the signals that are sent to you by the body.

  1. Stomach Disorder

Indigestion and heartburn are common problems among people. Problems with the stomach can be dangerous for humans. It also may indicate liver damage.

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  1. Fatigue and headaches

Even doctors cannot understand fatigue, which can be particularly dangerous for young people. Fatigue is also a sign of liver damage, as well as headaches.

  1. Sudden weight loss

Rapid weight loss can be dangerous and may cause cancer and liver damage.

  1. Digestion disorders

Digestion disorders have many symptoms including abdominal pain, cramping and so on… This disease is also a symptom of liver damage.

  1. After you drink water, the color of your urine is darker

If the color of your urine is dark, it means you have liver damage. Always check the color of urine after drinking water. Contact your doctor if you notice that your urine has a dark color.

  1. If the color of your stool is gray or yellow

If your stool isgray or yellow, this indicates liver damage.

  1. Jaundice

Jaundice is very dangerous for your health. It is also a symptom of liver damage.

  1. When you feel pain in the lower abdomen

It is especially not good for women and this is also a symptom of liver damage.

  1. Skin irritation

Itchy skin can be converted in swelling, which is caused by a damaged liver. In some cases, some patients even experience popped veins.

  1. Nausea

In patients with liver damage, permanent nausea results from the reduced capability of the body to process and eliminate the emission.

  1. Fluid retention

Severe liver damage can result in fluid retention in the legs, feet and wrists. This can be seen when a fingerprint stays on for a few seconds on your skin after you press the affected area.