Here are 7 signs of liver problems which are the basic symptoms of liver disease:
These symptoms of liver disease are more detailed symptoms of liver problems:
Warning: Most of these symptoms may go unnoticed, but the combination of these symptoms are warning signs to see a doctor as soon as possible.
Your doctor will be able to examine you further for other issues such as an enlarged spleen, fluid in the abdomen and bone loss. These additional signs of liver problems would have to be diagnosed under the scrutiny of a professional doctor.
My Suggestions: Before any of these signs of liver problems become chronic, I strongly advise you to do the following:
I have added more information concerning the liver at symptoms of liver problems. You can also find out more information from the Mayo Clinic about liver problems at Liver Problems Symptoms.
Because of my ability of hearing voices from the spiritual realm, hence the name Beyond Hearing Voices for my website, many friends and relatives of friends contact me after their death.
Here is one of my conversations I had with Didi, a friend who died from cancer of the liver in June 2010 In the following conversation, she talks about her signs of liver problems. She has agreed to let me use parts of our our conversation in order to help others with cancer of the liver.
Didi, I have a few questions for you concerning your cancer symptoms, can you talk about it?
Yes, I can Tanya now that I am not in any pain. It’s as if it didn’t even happen, but that is how I died.
When you first found out, what signs of liver problems did you have?
I had a lot of pain in my stomach, so I wasn’t quite sure what it was, so they did some tests and finally found out about the cancer.
Was it really cancer in your liver or was the cancer in some other part of your body?
No, it was in my liver all along.
Did you have other signs of liver problems?
I had trouble eating and I felt nauseous afterward, and of course I felt tired too. But, the pain was awful and that’s what made me go to the hospital.
You must have been shocked to find out what it was?
Yes, they told me that I should have come sooner, but I thought that the pain would go away if I ate carefully.
Do you know how long you had it before you finally went to the doctor?
I was bothered by it for about 6 months and it gradually got worse. Yes, I was shocked to hear it was cancer, and so I immediately wanted to know what kind of treatment they were going to do. They said they were going to do an operation and see if they could cut out the cancer which they did, and then I had the chemo treatments.
Did you look into alternate treatment in other countries?
We talked about it, but of course it was expensive to go to another country and pay for the treatment plus our travelling expenses.
Yes, I can imagine. I just finished reading the book written about Farrah Fawcett’s battle with cancer. She too had cancer of the liver, and she was having treatments in Germany.
Yes, I am aware of that. It just wasn’t possible for me to do that with Terry, (Didi's husband) too. It was just easier to remain here in Canada.
Do you know if the treatments in Germany are better, more advanced than here?
They are very aggressive and they do not use chemotherapy which is really hard on your body. It is so poisonous for your system.
(Didi is crying) Didi if this is too difficult to discuss, we can talk about it another time...
No it’s okay Tanya, I have to talk about it.
Do you have any idea what caused your signs of liver problems?
My mother had cancer and they say it can be hereditary. I know my behavior probably could have also had something to do with it. I was not a person to rest and take it easy, I was always going and doing something. I should have listened to my body more often.
What about your emotions Didi, you were harboring lots of anger towards your brother and perhaps others too?
I knew you were going to say that Tanya. Yes, I was carrying lots of anger that I should have released, plus disappointment and other things (emotions) towards others. I know you wanted to help me, but I wasn’t ready to go there. I was too head strong as you know, and I’m sorry for that. There were signs, but I just wasn’t paying any attention. There were things that I wanted to do and that was all that was important for me at the time.
Do you think if you had listened to your body, done your spiritual work such as releasing all of your negative feelings such as anger that you might still be alive?
I’m sorry Tanya, I just don’t know. I would have had to change drastically, and I don’t know if I could have done that.
You know, you can do anything that you put your mind to Didi.
Yes you’re right. I guess I just didn’t want to do that…it just didn’t seem important to me at that time.
Okay. You know there is a lot of healing that needs to be done within yourself?
Yes I am aware of that, and I guess that is what I will be doing soon enough.
Yes, and a review of your life, even your past lives as I understand from what my mother and other souls have told me. We carry everything that we have done in our cellular memory and some things go a long way back. I believe if you had done that, you would still be alive today. This is what I do, I help others to heal their soul and once that process starts their physical body heals too.
Yes I can understand that now, I just didn’t get that then
Signs of liver problems may be caused by exposure and ingestion of toxic chemicals such as:
food additives, solvents (cleaning materials, formaldehyde, toluene, benzene), pesticides, herbicides and heavy metals (lead, mercury, cadmium, arsenic, nickel, and aluminum).
Your liver is the filter of everything you digest so if you are experiencing any signs of liver problems, I recommend that you do a liver cleansing annually.
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