Learn the facts about ascites, including what it feels like, how it's diagnosed, and how it relates to several types of cancer.
Learn about how cirrhosis from chronic hepatitis can cause ascites, extra fluid in the space between the tissues lining the abdomen and organs.
Peritoneal fluid can accumulate in the abdomens of patients with hepatitis B in a condition known as ascites. Learn about its symptoms and treatment.
What imaging tests, blood tests, and biopsy methods are used to help diagnose and stage ovarian cancer, and how do the stages differ?
If you have liver disease, there are some foods and beverages you need to limit or avoid, but it's possible to create a nutritious cirrhosis diet.
While hemorrhoids can be caused by constipation and straining on the toilet, other conditions such as pregnancy, obesity, and even genetics can contribute.
Bumex and Lasix are both water pills that prevent water retention to help you manage your blood pressure or other conditions, but there are differences between the two medications.
Cirrhosis is a late-stage liver disease commonly associated with alcoholism and other liver diseases. Learn about common problems caused by cirrhosis.
Peritonitis is a potentially life-threatening condition that happens when the lining of the abdominal cavity and organs become inflamed.
Most people don't notice signs and symptoms until ovarian cancer has progressed, but there are some that can arise early on. Learn more.