Enlarged Spleen (Splenomegaly) (cont.)
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Enlarged Spleen Symptoms
Splenomegaly does not have any specific symptoms. Vague abdominal pain and bloating are the most common, but still nonspecific, symptoms of an enlarged spleen. Some individuals with a very enlarged spleen may complain of early satiety (anorexia) and gastric reflux symptoms because of the stomach displacement and pressure on the stomach as a result of the enlarged spleen.
Otherwise, many symptoms associated with enlarged spleen are related to the underlying cause of the enlargement. These may include:
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 6/2/2014
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