You may need to work closely with your obstetrician/gynecologist as well as your hepatologist (liver specialist) regarding the safety and timing of your pregnancy. Your doctor(s) may want to monitor you especially closely if you do become pregnant to make sure that your liver is functioning properly and that you -- and your baby -- are as healthy as possible.
- Q Should I talk to my doctor about non-alcoholic fatty liver disease?
- Q What lifestyle changes can help with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease?
- Q Is nonalcoholic fatty liver (NAFLD) disease a lifelong condition?
- Q Why is non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) a public health issue?
- Q How do I manage my non-alcoholic fatty liver disease on a daily basis?
- Q What diet should I follow if I have nonalcoholic fatty liver disease?