When the pressure in the portal vein increases, it can rupture, leading to internal bleeding. That said, if you notice signs of blood in your stools or vomit, call for medical supervision.
Furthermore, beware of any yellowing of the eyes and the skin, another common symptom of liver damage.
The Mayo Clinic states, “Jaundice occurs when the diseased liver doesn’t remove enough bilirubin, a blood waste product, from your blood.”
“Jaundice causes yellowing of the skin and whites of the eyes and darkening of urine.”
One may also experience itchy skin, rapid weight loss, spiderline blood vessels on the skin, nausea, loss of appetite and fatigue.