Fatty liver disease: Itchy skin could indicate your risk of the dangerous disease

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Fatty liver disease: Itchy skin could indicate your risk of the dangerous disease

Itching associated with liver disease tends to be worse in the late evening and during the night, said Healthline.The health site continued: “Some

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Itching associated with liver disease tends to be worse in the late evening and during the night, said Healthline.

The health site continued: “Some people may itch in one area, such as a limb, the soles of their feet, or the palms of their hands, while others experience an all-over itch.

“Itching linked to liver disease doesn’t generally involve rash or skin lesions.

“However, you can develop visible irritation, redness, and infection due to excessive scratching.”



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