Liver failure also makes people more prone to diarrhea. Metabolic functions are compromised due to decreased liver functionality, and resulting indigestion can cause bowel distress in addition to nausea and lack of appetite. When diarrhea occurs repeatedly, it can lead to dehydration and nutrient deficiencies.
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