Can A Liver Disease Cause Sweating?


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Shane Richardson Profile
Yes, it is indeed true that one symptom of liver disease is excessive sweating. However, you should not presume that you automatically have a liver disease if you are experiencing a lot of sweating - there could be many other reasons for this.

Therefore as with any medical concern, it is advised that you seek expert advice in the form of a doctor. If you book an appointment with the doctor then they will be able to listen to your symptoms and then run the appropriate tests to try and determine the cause.

Other symptoms that many liver disease sufferers experience are:

•    Indigestion
•    Hemorrhoids
•    Gall stones
•    Intolerance to alcohol
•    Nausea
•    Abdominal bloating
•    Constipation
•    Depression
•    Poor Concentration
•    Migraines

If you feel many of these symptoms match yours then as advised earlier the best thing to do is to get checked out straight away. With any illness the sooner it is detected the faster and more successfully the recovery usually is.

It is always best to go to the doctors with any medical concern, rather than trying to research your symptoms on the internet. You may feel you will get more information on the internet but it could actually leave you ill-informed.

If for some reason you cannot physically go to the doctors then it is still worth contacting them via the phone. If you describe your symptoms over the phone they are more than likely going to advise you on what is the best step to take next.
Dava Martin Profile
Dava Martin answered

The warning signs of a liver disease will vary from plenty of sweating, bag-like eyes, acne, coated tongue, restless skin and skin issues. Jaundice is another common symptom of a disease. Jaundice is caused attributable to heightened animal pigment within the body.  You can also refer for more information about excessive sweating.

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