Here is a list of some of the common signs and symptoms of Cirrhosis:
Ankle swelling Ascites Bleeding easily Blood in stool Bruising easily Changes in sleep habits Dark urine Degraded mental function Digestive bleeding Edema Enlarged liver Enlarged spleen Esophageal bleeding Excoriations Exhaustion Fatigue Fluid retention Forgetfulness Gallstones Itching skin Jaundice Loss of appetite Male breast enlargement Muscle deterioration Nausea Neglect of personal appearance Personality changes Red hands Red spots on skin (telangectasia) Sensitivity to medication Spider veins Stomach upset Swollen abdomen Swollen leg Trouble concentrating Unresponsiveness Weakness Weight loss
Of course, these are just some of the common symptoms of Cirrhosis. You can connect with experts and other people who have Cirrhosisin the Wellsphere communities. If you're interested in finding more information, tips, news and videos about , go to the Cirrhosis WellPage or the Symptoms of Cirrhosis WellPage.
I have a question about cirrhosis. My husand was diagnosed with cirrhosis a little iver a year ago when he was admitted to the hospital with fluid in his stomach. They had to drain 2 gallons of liguid from him and the dr's gave him 1-2 years unless he stopped drinking. Well here we are, he didn't stop drinking and his legs and feet are swollen and filling with fluid, I can see the spider viens on his legs and he is turing yellow. He refuses to go to the Dr are get any help and continues to drink. Can someone give me and idea of how much longer he will live????