Why Does My Liver Hurt?

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Liver pain can be caused by a wide range of illnesses such as: gallstones, liver failure, leukaemia, liver cancer, heart failure, gastritis, pancreatitis and fatty liver disease. The pain is usually felt in the upper-right quadrant, typically under the rib cage.
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We can't obviusly know what the reason of your pain is. Alcohol can definetely cause liver pain but it would stop after few days if it's just a one-time episode. If it's been hurting
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One possible reason for your liver to be hurting is a disease. This can include diseases such
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When the spleen becomes infected, it enlarges. Initially there may be no symptoms associated with an infected spleen, but tenderness is one possible symptom. A condition known as
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Wow...you need more help than anyone on Yahoo answers can provide. See a doctor about your alcohol and pain killer use, given the apparent effects on your liver. You only have one
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