Psoriasis of the Liver: Symptoms, Treatments, Life Expectancy

Psoriasis of the Liver Causes and Symptoms

  • Psoriasis of the liver is a term used to describe the damage that potent psoriasis medications infringes on the liver.
  • Although some people have to resort to medications with bad side effects on other organs, liver damage may be overted by using more natural and healthy ways of treating psoriasis.
  • Symptoms of liver damage can progress quickly because the body cannot tolerate excessive levels of toxins that build up. The liver ceases to act as a filtering system and the body is virtually poisoned.
  • Heavy duty psoriasis meds can eventually shut the liver down.
    The skin can become jaundiced. Extreme fatigue and weight loss can occur.
  • Progressive deterioration is unavoidable once the filtering system is compromised.

Psoriasis of the Liver Stages

  • When at all possible, treat psoriasis symptoms and complications with natural, low side effect methods.
  • Any treatment that harms another organ while trying to help another must be contemplated to see if the benefits outweigh the risks.
  • Stages of liver disease move swiftly. Once the liver begins filling with fluids, or showing ascites, conditions have progressed sufficiently. It is difficult to turn back time where the liver is concerned.
  • Many people’s life ends within 5 years after this symptom presents itself.

Psoriasis of the Liver Life Expectancy

Autoimmune diseases like psoriasis can progress to cirrhosis of the liver and eventually end stage liver disease. Once end stage liver disease is in progress, there is no turning back. Psoriasis of the liver life expectancy can be days to weeks once you reach the final stage.With psoriasis issues, practicing more natural methods from the beginning to treat symptoms can help you to never get to this point.

3 Comments

  1. eva said:

    I have severe psoriasis. It is spreading very fast. How do I know whether I have the condition you described as liver psoriasis? My treatment right now is topical creams application. It hasn’t helped me.

    January 16, 2013
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  2. Sandy said:

    My partner has just been diagnosed with cirrhosis of liver due to alcohol (over the years). He has bloating of stomach, fatigue and fluid in the stomach. What stage would this be? If he doesn’t drink again what would be his life expectancy?

    April 1, 2013
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    • PUP said:

      Cirrhosis of liver is a chronic liver disease. Ascites (fluid in the abdomen) means the liver function is deteriorating. Adequate rest, balanced diet consisting of protein as per the recommendation of treating doctor is beneficial in reducing the disability. Alcohol should be avoided. The stage of cirrhosis may depend on number of factors such as presence of ascites, serum bilirubin, serum albumin, prothrombin time. This system is useful in determining prognosis. Consideration should also be given to other factors such as age, presence of varices, and other complications.

      April 2, 2013
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