Fatty liver can be very serious. It depends on the cause. Hepatitis C, B, Non-B or C, etc. are some of the Viral causes. ETOH is the most common cause. Alcholol
To give you an answer, I need to know the cause.
If ETOH, STOP DRINKING! Avoid any thing that is metobalized through the liver. I.E. Tylenol, and other durgs, and fatty foods.
You should go and get a supplement called NAC. N-Acetyl Cystene. It is the drug of choice in the treatment of acute Tylenol posioning in the ER settings for someone who took a whole bottle of Tylenol. It also works well for Fatty liver.
You can get it over the counter. It cost about $25.00 a bottle of 120, and they are most commonly found in the 500mg dose.
NAC increased the bodies glutathione level. This is a tri-peptide composed of glutamic acid, cysteine etc.
This is considered one of the best ant-oxidants known to man kind. Glutathione is found in all plants and anamils, and is found in the highest concentration in the spleen, kidneys, liver, lense of the eye, and lungs. Fatty liver results from abuse and dependance of ETOH, usually, but can be viral, idiopathic, mixture of above, or from the fatty foods we eat.
See and follow up with your doctor, and it will help your liver to take about 2,000mg of NAC a day. With or without food. Your liver function test will decrease, and if you can eliminate the cause, you can beat this.
What can happen, death. It can progress to overt liver failure, cirrhosis, and hepatic carcinoma. Ask the good Lord above for healing, and he can do just that.
"By his stripes we are healed!"
I am a family doctor, and I know the great Medical Doctor is God above. Dont ever forget that, take your NAC, and see your doctor. Stop any futher insults to your liver, and by God's grace, you can bet this!
Side effects, low blood glucose, easy bleeding, dark colored urine, clay colored stools, right upper abdominal pain, jandice, or yellow eyes, or skin, Headache in the terminal stages. (We all get headaches, so just because you get a headache, doesn't mean you are in the last stages.)
I have my own product coming out in a few weeks for fatty liver that will be for sale. It really works well. It is a supplement, and it is not intended to treat, diagnose, prevent, or cure any disease however, as it has not been evaluated by the FDA, and will not, as it is a supplement.
Family Doc since 1994