Dr. W… being on the subject of body temp.. i had a question. I am one of the 20% or some of people who get colds that last 2 weeks or longer; been that way my whole life. It just seems that my symptoms just linger on and I feel generally weak or tired… Once I cross the primary peak point of the cold, the recover time is long. This time, I’ve measuring my body temp. Usually (both at home and in the doctors office) I am at mid-day. what I am noticing is that the most i can reach during my recovery is from a morning of . Is this normal? T
Other symptoms may accompany liver pain. The following are some of the possibilities ( some of these, found with liver discomfort, may indicate a serious condition):
Portal hypertension ; breathing troubles ; eating disorders; exhaustion ; itching ; jaundice ; pain when breathing or coughing; right shoulder pain; swollen testes
Liver pain and abdominal pain in general are sometimes confused with each other. For reference purposes on this site, all upper-right abdominal pain is considered as potentially being liver pain. A doctor or medical professional may be able to determine the difference between particular types of pain in the abdomen, and whether they are related to the liver itself. Kidney pain is distinguished as it is located below the liver. Pancreas pain is also distinct, as it is also underneath.
Excessive drinking, or alcohol abuse, is commonly associated with liver pain. However, such pain as a symptom after drinking may also imply another underlying cause (such as hepatitis), which could itself be caused or worsened by the alcohol.
Diagnosis and treatment
A doctor may use some of the other present symptoms to assist in making a diagnosis of the liver pain cause. Treatment methods that may be used vary based on the diagnosis of the underlying cause. You can learn more about the particular potential causes mentioned on this site. Liver pain treatment methods may also include symptomatic options to relieve the pain and other symptoms experienced by the patient.
It is incredibly hard to self-diagnose and we are finding that it is much easier for people to reach a successful diagnosis by meeting others with LLI. There is an exceptionally unique sense of relief when you meet other people who are ‘exactly like you’, your whole perspective on life and living with low latent inhibition will change and hopefully become more comfortable. For those out there with LLI, chances are that most of the difficulties you have faced or have yet to face have been experienced by others with the condition too. A lot of the relief we have witnessed by people who come to the Facebook group stems from knowing why they have felt different, that they are not alone and that there are others like them who are there to help.