Regarding Fatty Liver


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Millan Kumar Patra Says:

I have been suffering from Fatty Liver Disease since 2013 march to till date .Also i have consoled G astrologist and the Doctor told me to do the first ultrasound and endoscopy ,L F T,LP,STOOL,BLOOD, H D L, A to Z test i had done in Lab , But when the report came to the doctor then the doctor told Mild fatty changes in liver with small spare area. H D L c- 39/- ,S G P T - 72 , (H D L c DECREASES to 39/- and S G P T increases to 72/-) .ENDOSCOPY was normal . however Doctor prescribed to take medicine nexpro rd 40,DOZE P -50 ,after taking nexpro rd-40 i feel relax or while taking doze p -50 then i feel deep sleepy as if insomnia.but i took doze p for 3 months still i am not continuing that doze p medicine only i am continuing nexpro rd 40 mg.If i will not take that medicine for two days then i feel sour stomach, heart born ,indigestion . why i am not curing fully i am very upset ,also my health condition is going to be declining . Kindly give me some suggestion . i am fully worried about my life.

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