Non alcoholic diagnosed with fatty liver disease is this common?
- kelvinLv 79 months ago
just as common as you and your trolling of this
- 9 months ago
Fatty liver disease is considered one of the most common forms of liver disease and it can sometimes lead to serious health problems. In most cases, alcohol is seen as the cause.
It is believed that about one in three people suffers from a certain amount of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease is more common in men than in women, and the likelihood is significantly higher in people with diabetes and Obesity.
- Anonymous10 months ago
It is common but talk to you doctor to find out more info.
- PippinLv 710 months ago
There are two types of this disease. One is related to heavy alcohol use. The other is not, but is most often seen in people who are obese.
You can find lots of info if you google, and focus on reliable medical sites.
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- TavyLv 710 months ago
Yes it is, happened to a friend of mine who rarely drank.
- 10 months ago
It's not uncommon
Fatty liver disease will happen if people have an unhealthy diet.