If a low white blood cell count is caused by fatty liver, does that mean cirrhosis is already present?

non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and white cell count 2.2...also anemia

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  • 9 years ago
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    Fatty liver disease does not cause low white blood cells or anemia. Blood work alone does not say for sure whether or not liver damage is present such as cirrhosis. Abnomal liver function blood work simply means that there might be damage, nothing else. Further testing is needed done to determine whether or not a person has cirrhosis such as a biopsy being the best test to diagnose it.

    Source(s): liver transplant recipient and nurse
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  • 4 years ago

    Fatty liver disease affects a whopping 30% of the population. That's 30 out of every 100 people! And some estimates have it at 33%.

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  • 4 years ago

    Put a two litre water bottle and a glass on your desk each and every morning. Get through it simply by lunch, and do the same from the afternoon. You’ll exercise better and recover faster if you’re hydrated. I drink some water when someone asks me a ridiculous question or sends a stupid email... find something that works in your case!

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  • 4 years ago

    Utilize 20 minute rule. Eat your portion-controlled meal then, even if you are hungry afterwards, wait for 20 minutes and see if you still do. Nine times out of 10, you won’t. If you do, eat 10 per cent more.

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  • 3 years ago

    Al dente pasta features a lower GI value, so is usually a healthier option than nuking the fusilli till it’s soggy.

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  • John
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    3 years ago

    You don’t need to exercise for long periods of time. Short, sharp sets of exercise will produce better results when you work hard. Get a skipping rope, skip for two minutes, do push ups for 1 minute, skip for two minutes, rest for starters minute. Then change the push approximately something else like sit ups in addition to do the set again. Repeat it five times and it’s a rapid, effective workout that will recover results than a long manage or swim.

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  • 4 years ago

    Resume basics – burn more calories than you ingest.

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  • 4 years ago

    Go back to basics – burn more calories than you ingest.

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