fatty liver and bad blood cells?

im 13 and just found out that i have fatty liver and bad blood cells, how did this happen because i eat healthy and never have junk food as my dad doesn't allow it in our family, how did this happen and how can i change this and what can it lead to ?? x

3 Answers

  • lala
    Lv 7
    8 years ago
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    Fatty liver who had not been cause by drinking is quite common

    Do you have diabetes ? If so ; make sure your diabetes is undercontrol

    Also to help your liver ; loose weight ; and exercise

    What do you mean by ;;; bad blood cells ?

  • 8 years ago

    Fatty liver disease is caused by different things:

    weight gain (obesity), fast weight loss, malnourishment,

    diabetes, insulin resistance, alcohol consumption,

    metabolic disorders, High cholesterol/triglyceride levels,

    those who have contacted an hepatitis virus, hereditary

    reasons, certain kinds of medications, and more.

    If the cause is found and "if" it can be stopped..then

    the problem could be reversed.


    There is about 5% fat inside the liver. However, as

    more fat builds up there...it can lead to the liver

    cells becoming damaged. When the liver cells

    become damage, the immune system of the body

    responds to this and causes enlargement of the

    liver which causes the the liver to take on a spongy

    texture. This is then known as Steatohepatitis.

    Steato stands for fat, hepat stands for liver and

    itis stands for inflammation.

    You need to speak with your doctors and find out

    what can be done to resolve this problem in your

    individual case.


    We cannot tell here what you mean by bad blood cells.

    This could mean you are not making enough cells; or

    you may lack iron on your red blood cells; or you lack

    Vit B 12 or folic acid; or your cells are dying off too fast.

    Or even a problem with their shape, size, or color.

    So, it isn't possible for us to determine this here.

    I hope this info has been of some help to you. Best wishes.

    Source(s): caregiver to a liver transplant patient
  • Anonymous
    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%.

    And if you're overweight, it's even worse overweight people are extremely more likely than healthy weight individuals to develop this condition.

    In other words, you're not alone. Not by a long shot.

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