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  • Oral medications

    Your gastrointestinal (GI) doctor may prescribe an oral (by mouth) medicine that you take to manage the symptoms of your liver disease.

  • Lifestyle modifications

    Limit alcohol consumption. Get vaccinated for hepatitis A and B. Maintain a healthy weight, as obesity can cause non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

  • Avoid risky behavior

    Avoid practices that put you in contact with other people’s blood and bodily fluids. For example, if you do drugs don’t share needles, use a condom during sex, and be sure needles used for piercings or tattoos are clean.


  • Blood test

    A blood test can check for specific liver problems or genetic conditions.

  • Imaging test

    Imaging such as computerized tomography (CT) scan, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), or ultrasound can show liver damage.

  • Biopsy

    Your doctor removes a small tissue sample (biopsy) for further analysis in the laboratory to aid in diagnosis.