Nausea And Vomiting
Nausea is specifically associated with a fatty liver disease which progresses slowly in most individuals. As many as 60 million Americans suffer from some form of this condition and untreated, this disease causes scarring and eventually failure of the liver. Once the liver has become scarred, proper blood flow is prevented which increases the likelihood of pressure building up in the stomach. This pressure is the cause of the nauseating feeling associated with a fatty liver disease. This symptom can even lead to vomiting blood which is a severe medical problem. Liver problems can also lead to a loss of appetite which can also lead to a nauseous feeling. Many individuals who experience liver problems will be prone to acute periods of nauseousness as well as a general unwell feeling and even disorientation or confusion.