Jaundice (yellowing of the skin and eyes): Jaundice is one of the most obvious signs. It happens when bilirubin builds up in the blood, turning the face and whites of the eyes yellow.
Abdominal pain and swelling: Trouble with the liver can lead to pain or discomfort in the abdomen, most often on the upper right side. Ascites, which are swellings or fluid buildups in the belly, can also happen.
Unexplained weight loss: Losing weight quickly and for no reason can be a sign of a number of health problems, including liver problems. The liver is part of the metabolism, and problems with it can make it harder to control weight.
Fatigue and weakness: People with liver diseases, especially those that get worse and turn into cirrhosis, can feel tired and weak. There may be a problem with the liver's ability to make energy.
Changes in Urine and Stool Color: Dark pee and light-colored stools could mean that your liver isn't working right. The liver breaks down bilirubin, which can alter the color of waste products from the body if there are changes in its functioning.
Itchy Skin: If your liver isn't working right, bile salts can build up on your skin and make it itch. Pruritus, which is called itchiness, is often felt more in the hands and feet.
Nausea and vomiting: Liver problems can cause digestive problems, such as feeling sick and throwing up. These signs may last for a long time and may make you lose weight.
Confusion and mental changes: Advanced liver illness can affect brain function, leading to symptoms such as dizziness, trouble focusing, and memory loss. Liver encephalopathy is the term used to describe this sickness.