PKD DIET

Symptoms PLD

Among the many symptoms of PLD, one early symptom is the appearance of a huge protruding, enlarging liver. It is possible for a PLD cystic liver to grow to 40 pounds exerting a constant slow direct pressure against our internal organs. We often appear as if we have a huge beer belly or might be mistaken as someone who is pregnant.

Other symptoms can include bloating, breathlessness, malnourishment, pain, and a huge protruding liver. As our liver continues to enlarge this pressure can abutt our heart, our spleen, major blood vessels, and even deforming and breaking bones.

PLD'rs are a very stoic group oftentimes waiting until a low level of chronic pain exists before seeking help. Once the pain becomes chronic, relief may come in the form of opioids, such as fentanyl patches or Vicodin. These pain relievers, allow us to function. There is a procedure called a splanchnic denervation. This can be done laparoscopically. It is available at centers throughout the world.

The most common reported PLD symptom is pain and that's what gets us to the doctor. Other symptoms are bloating, distension, and early satiety all from an ever growing polycystic liver. In a study of PLD'rs:

Helpful for PLD

Liver Friendly Foods
Prebiotics & Gluten Free
Artichoke
Artichoke recipe
DIMs Broccoli
Lemon juice
Milk Thistle
Saffron
Saffron more
Saffron
Spelt
Sunchokes
Turmeric
Veronica

We are  sharing our experiences with PKD/PLD Diet, an adjunct diet envisioning it complementing a physician's prescribed medical therapy. Consider testing this with your doctor's prior knowledge, who can  adjust it according to your own uniqueness by adding it to your current  treatment.

Medical Disclaimer

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