An enlarged liver is swollen beyond its normal size.
Possible causes include cancer and excessive alcohol consumption.
Symptoms, when they appear, include jaundice (yellowing of the skin) and pain in the upper abdomen.
What does an inflamed liver feel like?
Most people feel it as a dull, throbbing sensation in the upper right abdomen. Liver pain can also feel like a stabbing sensation that takes your breath away. Sometimes this pain is accompanied by swelling, and occasionally people feel radiating liver pain in their back or in their right shoulder blade.
How do you treat a swollen liver?
A mixture of two grams of the Sprague powder, half-gram salt taken twice a day after meals with water, cures all liver and spleen problems. Drink a glass of spearmint juice with added sugar for ten days. Take orange juice on an empty stomach for five consecutive days.
Where do you feel liver pain?
Liver pain is felt in the upper right area of the abdomen, just below the ribs. Usually, it is a dull, vague pain though it can sometimes be quite severe and may cause a backache. Sometimes people perceive it as pain in the right shoulder.
What is the first sign of liver problems?
The first symptoms of liver failure are often nausea, loss of appetite, fatigue, and diarrhea. Because these symptoms can have any number of causes, it may be hard to tell that the liver is failing.