Most people with early-stage liver cirrhosis do not show any symptoms. Cirrhosis is frequently initially identified during a regular blood test or checkup. A mix of laboratory and imaging tests is typically performed to help confirm a diagnosis.
If you have cirrhosis, your doctor may advise periodic examinations to see whether the liver disease has advanced or to look for complications, particularly liver cancer and oesophagal varices.
The nature and extent of your liver damage will determine how you shall receive treatment for cirrhosis. The purpose of treatment is to prevent or treat cirrhosis symptoms and complications while also slowing the development of scar tissue in the liver. If you have serious liver damage, you might need to be admitted to the hospital.
When the liver no longer functions efficiently due to severe cirrhosis, a liver transplant may be the sole option for treatment. A liver transplant is a procedure to replace all or part of your damaged liver with a healthy liver from a deceased or living donor. Our doctors adopt minimally invasive methods for any treatment and ensure that your liver treatment at Sarvodaya Hospital is comfortable and effective.