Can a Damaged Liver Heal Itself?

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A damaged liver can heal itself though this will be limited to minor damage as its ability to regenerate cells is limited. The liver is one of the largest organs in your body weighing between 1.25 and 1.6 kilograms.
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Brianna, some liver damage is irreversable. If you have cirrhosis the scarred liver tissue cannot regenerate. It's not possible to tell this without further tests, possibly a liver
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Depends on how long and how much you have been drinking.
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The liver is to the right of the abdomen, above the intestines & beside the stomach. It has the ability to heal itself by replacing or repairing injured cells.
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It takes approximately 24 hours for your
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