4. Loss of appetite
Since your liver is not working correctly and not delivering bile to the gastrointestinal tract, fats are not easily absorbed, stay around, and cause an awkward sensation of bloating in your abdomen that does not contribute to increasing your appetite.
It can also happen that the liver becomes enlarged and starts pushing the surrounding organs. One of them is the stomach, which reduces its capacity to store and process food. You could be satisfied with only a tiny portion of food or lose your appetite completely.
Another cause of loss of appetite is liver cancer, which is a late stage causes a syndrome known as cachexia, which features loss of appetite and weight loss.