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More advanced liver damage can lead to a consistently high temperature, fevers, and shivering attacks.

Liver damage can also make the skin bruise more easily, there might be frequent nosebleeds, and bleeding from the gums.

Red blotches might appear on the skin of the hands and feet, or skin might “appear abnormally dark or light”.

Clubbed fingertips are also an indication of liver disease, in addition to unusual hair loss.

Source: Daily Express

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