2. Pain in the back
From a strained muscle to simply sleeping in a strange position, there are many things that can cause back pain. However, many people are unaware that a damaged liver can actually be responsible for the pain they are feeling in their back. Typically, any pain that is experienced with liver damaged is felt in the upper right side of the abdomen (as stated above); but in some cases, the pain can radiate to the back.
This is particularly true if the damage is extensive, especially if the damage is caused by fatty liver disease. Fatty liver disease is a condition that develops when cells in the liver accumulate fat. This disease can cause extensive damage to the liver and lead to inflammation in both the cells within the liver and the tissues that surround it. If inflammation is severe, it can cause pain in the back.