19 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi., I'm 18 weeks pregnant. There was pain in my right side and my doctor suggested me upper abdomen scan and it is found that fatty liver Gd1. my doctor told me it is normal not to worry but there is continous pain in my right side. please advice what to do

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Answer: keep a check on the oil items you consume. try to have little oil in food . Hope you get well soon. drink luke warm water .
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    harmeet lamba543 days ago

    OK.. Thanku so much

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