Four months before, I was diagnosed with fatty liver, slightly elevated fasting sugar and the level of total cholesterol. My current medications are tablet Viboliv 500 daily two times in a restricted diet and Nexpro RD. I had consumed spicy foods rarely. In the last four months, I lost 7 kg weight. However, today, I have repeated the same tests and all the blood tests are normal. But, there is something in my USG of the whole abdomen. My USG report of liver is as follows: Liver is enlarged. The echogenicity is diffusely increased without any focal lesion. The intrahepatic structures are normal and no focal area of altered echogenicity is noted. The hepatic ports are normal. The common duct at ports measures 3 mm and the portal vein measures 10 mm to porta. Final impression is hepatomegaly with fatty liver and this is my recent USG report. My other organs are normal and I feel pain in the RUQ and flatulence is present. Also, I tested for FBS, LFT and lipid profile. Is it a reversible condition? Also, please let me know how much time will it take. Will you please guide me about the seriousness of this condition? Thank you.
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Yes, before four months, I was tested for hep B and C and both were negative. I am occasionally alcoholic. Please find all the current reports that I have attached.
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