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What is Liver Cirrhosis?

Liver cirrhosis is a condition where the liver gets scarred due to long-term liver damage. The liver shrinks and hardens. Therefore, it is not able to function properly and may ultimately cause liver failure. The condition also impacts the blood supply to the liver and creates a condition termed as portal hypertension.

Cirrhosis is a progressive disease and replaces the healthy tissue with fibrous bands. In response to natural defences, the liver nodules get ready to fight the trigger and get scarred and cover the whole peripheral surface of the liver. These scar tissues overtake the blood supply to the liver and may steer towards total liver failure or death.

What are its main signs and symptoms?

Initial symptoms of the condition include:

In later stages, the condition is characterized by:

What are its main causes?

Common triggers of the liver cirrhosis include:

  • Viral infection like hepatitis B, or C
  • Chronic alcohol intake
  • Fatty liver disease (non-alcoholic)
  • Obesity
  • Cystic fibrosis
  • Chronic hypertension
  • Autoimmune diseases like autoimmune hepatitis
  • Blockage in bile ducts
  • Herbal preparations that harm the liver
  • Exposure to chemicals
  • Heart failure
  • Fungal infections of the liver
  • Genetic liver diseases
  • Copper or iron excess in body

How is it diagnosed and treated?

Diagnosis of the condition is done by a doctor by the following methods:

  • Blood tests to identify the functioning of the liver
  • Liver biopsy
  • MRI scan
  • Upper digestive tract endoscopy
  • CT scan
  • Ultrasound

Above tests may help identify the degree of the complications associated with the condition. A scale called as Childs-Pugh test score classifies the condition as:

  • Severe
  • Moderate
  • Mild

Cirrhosis may also be classified as compensated or decompensated to assess the degree of damage. A compensated cirrhosis means that the liver can function despite the condition. A decompensated liver is often classified as a final stage in the liver disease.

Cirrhosis can be improved by stopping the consumption of alcohol or treatment of the underlying virus. Usually, the focus of the treatment of the condition entails to slow down the progression of scar tissue. Treatment of the condition can be associated with:

  • Consumption of a balanced diet
  • Avoiding high sodium intake
  • Treatment of hepatitis virus
  • Suppression of iron and copper levels


In case of severe issues, liver transplant is the last therapeutic option. However, if left untreated, the issue may become complicated leading to :

  1. Medicines for Liver Cirrhosis
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Medicines for Liver Cirrhosis

Medicines listed below are available for Liver Cirrhosis. Please note that you should not take any medicines without doctor consultation. Taking any medicine without doctor's consultation can cause serious problems.

Medicine NamePack SizePrice (Rs.)
ActibileActibile 150 Mg Tablet134.0
GolbiGolbi 150 Mg Tablet123.0
SorbidiolSorbidiol 150 Mg Tablet118.0
UdihepUdihep 150 Mg Tablet183.0
Udiliv TabletUdiliv 150 Mg Tablet149.0
UlysesUlyses 150 Mg Tablet129.0
UrsetorUrsetor 150 Mg Tablet107.0
UrsocolUrsocol 150 Mg Tablet119.0
UrsokemUrsokem 150 Mg Tablet125.0
UrsomaxUrsomax 150 Mg Tablet113.0
AliveonAliveon 150 Mg Tablet82.0
BilefixBilefix 300 Mg Tablet373.0
CholidolCholidol 150 Mg Tablet138.0
EstucholEstuchol 150 Mg Tablet129.0
FortibileFortibile 150 Mg Tablet100.0
GemiuroGemiuro 300 Mg Capsule229.0
HepakindHepakind 150 Mg Tablet100.0
HepalifeHepalife 300 Mg Tablet Cr217.0
HepexaHepexa 150 Mg Tablet121.0
HepsodilHepsodil 300 Mg Tablet288.0
LevalonLevalon 150 Mg Tablet94.0
SolubidSolubid 150 Mg Tablet119.0
UdaUda 150 Mg Tablet96.0
UdcamentUdcament 125 Mg/5 Ml Suspension296.0
UdchampUdchamp 150 Mg Tablet95.0
UdcolivUdcoliv 150 Mg Tablet120.0
UdebileUdebile 150 Mg Tablet89.0
UdicolUdicol 150 Mg Tablet114.0
UdigalUdigal 150 Mg Tablet199.0
UdigoldUdigold 150 Mg Tablet112.0
UdikoolUdikool 300 Mg Tablet161.0
Udimarin Forte SrUdimarin Forte Sr 450 Mg Tablet395.0
UrdiogemUrdiogem 150 Mg Tablet111.0
UrdohepUrdohep 150 Mg Tablet96.0
UrmedUrmed 300 Mg Tablet234.0
UrsUrs 150 Mg Tablet197.0
UrsobileUrsobile 150 Mg Tablet105.0
UrsodayUrsoday 150 Mg Tablet152.0
UrsodoxUrsodox 150 Mg Tablet120.0
UrsofordUrsoford 150 Mg Tablet114.0
Ursoford SrUrsoford Sr 500 Mg Tablet298.0
UrsolUrsol 150 Mg Tablet85.0
UrsolicUrsolic 150 Mg Tablet104.0
GenursoGenurso 300 Mg Tablet212.0
HepatinicHepatinic 125 Mg/5 Ml Suspension298.0
LivokindLivokind 150 Mg Tablet77.0
StonilStonil Suspension79.0
UdironUdiron 300 Mg Tablet210.0
UdiwokUdiwok 150 Mg Tablet114.0
UdmaxUdmax 150 Mg Tablet120.0
UrchilUrchil 150 Mg Tablet84.0
Urchil ForteUrchil Forte 300 Mg Tablet179.0
UrdoxUrdox Capsule142.0
UricureUricure 150 Mg Tablet107.0
UrijonUrijon 300 Mg Tablet240.0
UrostoneUrostone 300 Mg Tablet280.0
UrsocadUrsocad 150 Mg Tablet106.0
UrsodilUrsodil 250 Mg Tablet206.0
UrsotabUrsotab 150 Mg Tablet93.0
HepacureHepacure 100 Mg/150 Mg Tablet116.0
UdimarinUdimarin 140 Mg/300 Mg Tablet0.0
LivogardLivogard 5 Mg Infusion234.71
ActimarinActimarin 70 Mg/150 Mg Tablet0.0
Gemiuro PlusGemiuro Plus Tablet0.0
Udimarin ForteUdimarin Forte 140 Mg/300 Mg Tablet0.0
UdiplusUdiplus 140 Mg/300 Mg Tablet0.0
Ulyses PlusUlyses Plus 140 Mg/300 Mg Tablet0.0
UdibonUdibon 140 Mg/300 Mg Tablet359.0
Urdohep SlUrdohep Sl 140 Mg/300 Mg Tablet273.9
Ursetor PlusUrsetor Plus 300 Mg/140 Mg Tablet306.61
Ursodox PlusUrsodox Plus Tablet298.0
Ursokem PlusUrsokem Plus 140 Mg/300 Mg Tablet341.0
Ursolic PlusUrsolic Plus Tablet250.0
Analiv(Systopic)Analiv 100 Mg/150 Mg Tablet66.0
DetoxDetox Tablet50.0
HepamaxHepamax 100 Mg/150 Mg Tablet94.28
OrnipanOrnipan Syrup109.52
HeparekHeparek Syrup63.0
LivtopLivtop Tablet46.25
Spartate LpSpartate Lp Tablet75.66
ZyhepZyhep Tablet48.01
Hapexa MHapexa M 500 Mg/150 Mg Tablet154.0
Hepexa MHepexa M 500 Mg/150 Mg Tablet154.0
Liv AptLiv Apt 250 Mg/70 Mg/50 Mg Tablet410.0

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