Could An Ammonia Body Odor Be A Sign Of Liver Cancer?


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James Kent answered
Patients with liver disorders may indeed smell of ammonia, though there could also be other reasons for the odor and these conditions can be brought under control by safe natural anti-yeast dietary and herbal methods. It is highly advisable to seek medical advice from your doctor. Other external signs of liver cancer include a coated tongue, itchy skin, excessive sweating, offensive body odor, dark circles under the eyes, red swollen and itchy eyes, acne rosacea, brownish spots and blemishes on the skin, flushed facial appearance or excessive facial blood vessels.

More symptoms include jaundice, dark urine, pale stool, bone loss, easy bleeding, itching, small, spider-like blood vessels visible in the skin, enlarged spleen, fluid in the abdominal cavity, chills, pain from the biliary tract or pancreas, an enlarged gallbladder, and in rare cases, tremors in the left hand.

The symptoms related to liver dysfunction include both physical signs and a variety of symptoms related to digestive problems, blood sugar problems, immune disorders, abnormal absorption of fats, and metabolism problems.

The malabsorption of fats may lead to symptoms that include indigestion, reflux, deficit of fat soluble vitamins, haemorrhoids, gall stones, intolerance to fatty foods, intolerance to alcohol, nausea and vomiting attacks, abdominal bloating, and constipation.

Nervous system disorders include depression, mood changes, especially anger and irritability, poor concentration and ’foggy brain’, overheating of the body, especially the face and torso, and recurrent headaches (including migraines) associated with nausea.

If you are suffering from any of the above mentioned symptoms you should seek medical advice immediately.
Aisha Profile
Aisha answered
Sweating and body odor can be a sign of something more than just a common sweating problem. An Ammonia body odor can definitely be a sign of liver of kidney cancer. See the link below for details:

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