Wilson’s disease is caused when excessive copper is retained in your body. When copper builds up in your liver, it leads to liver damage.
- Lack of appetite
- Abdominal pain
- A yellowing of the skin and the whites of the eye (jaundice)
- Golden-brown eye discoloration (Kayser-Fleischer rings)
- Fluid buildup in the legs or abdomen
- Problems with speech and swallowing
- Uncontrolled movements or muscle stiffness
- Medication therapy to remove excess copper.
- Maintenance therapy such as having low copper diet & monitoring copper levels
- Physiotherapy for neurological diseases
- Liver transplantation.