Birth defects.....congenital liver

Birth defects.....congenital liver 

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Birth defects.....congenital liver
Posted in 2015

Congenital liver defects are liver disorders that are present at birth. They are rare. These liver disorders usually block the bile ducts. This affects the flow of bile. Bile is a fluid made in the liver. It helps with digestion. The bile ducts take bile from the liver and bring it to the gallbladder to be stored. Then they carry bile to the small intestine for digestion.
When the bile ducts are blocked, bile builds up in the liver. This damages the liver.
Some congenital liver defects include:

  • Biliary atresia. A life-threatening condition in infants where the bile ducts are blocked or have developed abnormally. This blocks the flow of bile from the liver.
  • Biliary (choledochal) cyst. A condition where the hepatic duct forms abnormally. This can also block the flow of bile.
  • Alagille syndrome. Too few bile ducts associated with other abnormalities including heart, bone, facial features, eye, and others.

My advise
1... Any kind Liver defect by birth is the main cause of their parents unhealthy habits, unhealthy food etc...
2... Every couples wish to give Healthy child...When you want to have Healthy child you should leave unhealthy food
3... What ever we eat we will get some energy.  Depend on your personality, nature of your activities it vary calories you need.  
For example::; If a person work is related to Physical Hard work about 8 hours.. He needs energy about 2500 to 3000 calories.  You have to select the food which will give U the energy required.
If you get the energy as needed you will be healthy
If you get more energy you will be fat
If you get less energy you will be weak
4...  Change according to your nature of work
5...  If you are a pregnant you need to more energy sufficient to your unborn child....your unborn child requirement increases daily.

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