Tracking what your symptoms are and how often you experience them helps your healthcare provider diagnose LAL-D.
When speaking to your doctor, know the signs and symptoms of LAL-D. Symptoms include, but are not limited to: disintended abdomen (large belly size), stomach pain and/or cramps, nausea, frequent vomiting, frequent/watery diarrhea, and constipation. In order to help them diagnosis or rule out LAL-D, you should be able to tell you doctor:
LAL-D in children and adults is not severe.
LAL-D is a potentially life-threatening disease that can cause continually worsening damage to many organs throughout the body. Nearly half of LAL-D patients progress to liver disease or transplant within 3 years of symptom onset.