Possible liver cancer

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Hi just looking for some info my mum is 58, she has been bloated after eatting for a few months, 2 weeks ago after a meal she was in terrible pain on upper right stomach going through to her back  but eased after a few hours, but from Friday just past she's got dark coloured urine which burns, she's been sick after meals which foamy stuff and now has yellow skin and eyes can anyone give me some info thank you 

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    She hasn't lost any weight but she's been scared to eat just i case she's sick but she isn't sick after every meal, also her bowels are fine and still goes as normal, she was at the docs on Monday they are sending her for ECG ,blood tests and a scan of her liver , I'm worried sick as this just seems to have happened so fast all these symptoms 
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    Sounds Gallbladder / Gallstone related rather than C, she can eat quite well if she avoids high fat foods, here's a leaflet about the diet :

    patient.info/health/gallstones-diet-sheet

    Also there are a few over the counter medicines that can be helpful smile

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    Hi Emma

    Sorry to hear your Mum is poorly. have you been to the doctors or taken medical advice? It could be a number of things. I think you should get your Mum checked out asap as it could be a number of things. Don;t hesitate and good luck

    Steve

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      Hi thanks, yeah she was at the doctors on Monday they are doing blood tests, ECG and also scan of liver but it's the waiting that's worrying without knowing whats wrong 
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