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When the blood pressure in the portal vein is too high, you have portal hypertension.
Portal hypertension can be quite serious, though it’s treatable if diagnosed in time. Typically, you become alerted to the condition when you start experiencing symptoms.
As well, becoming forgetful or confused could be a result of a circulation problem related to your liver.
The main cause of portal hypertension is cirrhosis. It can result from several conditions such as hepatitis (an inflammatory disease) or alcohol abuse.
The portal vein carries blood from your stomach, pancreas, and other digestive organs to your liver.
It differs from other veins, which all carry blood to your heart.
If you have a long history of alcohol abuse, you face a higher risk of cirrhosis.
You’re at a higher risk of hepatitis if any of the following apply to you: Portal hypertension is difficult to diagnose if symptoms aren’t obvious.
Black, tarry stools can be a sign of gastrointestinal bleeding. Another symptom is ascites, which is a buildup of fluid in your belly.
The condition affects the mucus membrane of your stomach and enlarges blood vessels.
The pathways created between blood vessels in TIPSS can become blocked. If liver problems continue, you could have further cognitive problems as well.
If you’re experiencing ascites, your doctor may prescribe a diuretic to help reduce fluid levels in your body.
Sodium must also be severely restricted to help reduce fluid retention.
Another increasingly popular therapy is called nonsurgical transjugular intrahepatic portal-systemic shunt (TIPSS). It creates new pathways for blood to flow from the portal vein into other blood vessels.