2. Abdominal pain
It is located primarily in the upper right quadrant of the abdomen, and it is another common symptom. Abdominal pain happens because your liver is enlarged and full of fatty deposits or fibrotic and inflamed tissue. Thus, the liver can be very painful to touch.
Abdominal pain is not a specific symptom of a specific type of liver disease because it can be caused by many things, like hepatitis, fatty liver disease, or cirrhosis. But abdominal pain can also arise from an ulcer or infection in your stomach or duodenum. The difference is that abdominal pain from liver problems is located in the upper right quadrant, and it is a dull ache that does not improve easily and does not come and go.