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Liver disease usually has no symptoms in the early stages and around three quarters of people are currently diagnosed when it is too late for effective treatment or intervention. 90% of liver disease is preventable. Finding out if you’re at risk of liver disease only takes a few minutes. It could be the most important thing you do today.

Please make sure you know your height and weight before starting the screener.

You must be 18 or over to complete this screener.

The information you provide on this form will only be used to assess your liver health and for statistical purposes. Data will not be shared with any third party.


The British Liver Trust accepts no liability for any impact on health following completion of the Liver Health Screener. By clicking the button above you understand it is your responsibility to arrange follow-up with your doctor if any risk factors are identified that require further investigation following your completion of the Love Your Liver Health Screener.

About you

Your age group

Your gender

What is your region of birth?

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Your health

Do you have Type 2 Diabetes?

Do you have high blood pressure?

What is your height?

feet inches
cm

What is your weight?

stone pounds
kg
Section 1

Are you worried that your liver could be damaged?

If yes, why are you concerned?

Section 2

How often do you have a drink containing alcohol?

Do you regularly take 2 - 3 consecutive days without alcohol?

Section 2

How much alcohol do you consume in a typical week?

  • Pint of beer/lager/ale: 4%

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  • Pint of beer/lager/ale: 5%

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  • Pint of cider: 4.5%

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  • Bottle of wine: 13.5%

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  • 175ml glass of wine: 13.5%

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  • 125ml glass of prosecco: 12%

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  • 25ml single spirit:

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  • 275ml alcopop: 5%

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Total:

Section 3

Your diet

Do you regularly have three meals a day, including breakfast?

Do you eat take-aways or ready meals twice or more per week?

Do you regularly eat crisps, chocolate, cakes or biscuits between meals or in the evenings?

Do you have fizzy drinks or full sugar squash/cordial?

Do you have processed foods such as sausages, pies, chips, pizza or burgers three or more times per week?

Section 3

How many hours of exercise do you do each week?



Exercise is defined as any activity leaving you warm and slightly out of breath. These activities can include: brisk walking, swimming, cycling, running, playing a sport, joining a group or attending a regular exercise class.

Section 4

Your history

Have you received a blood transfusion before September 1991 or a blood product (such as a clotting factor) before 1986 in the UK, or in any of the countries or regions listed below at any time?

Have you ever had medical or dental treatment or an operation in any of the countries or regions listed below?

Were you or your parents born in any of the countries or regions listed below:

Afghanistan Africa
Egypt Eastern Europe
Indian subcontinent Middle & Far east
Pakistan China
Central & South East Asia Somalia
Sudan Yemen
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Could you be at risk of viral hepatitis?

Have you ever been diagnosed with viral hepatitis?

Have you ever had a piercing or tattoo in unlicensed premises, or using tools that may have been unsterile?

Have you ever had unprotected sex (without a condom) with a partner who may have had viral hepatitis?

Have you ever shared a razor or toothbrush with anyone who may have had viral hepatitis?

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Have you put yourself at risk?

Have you ever shared items to take drugs that you don’t inject into your blood, such as, rolled banknotes, straws, cups, spoons etc?

Have you ever shared needles or other equipment used for injecting drugs, steroids or other medication (such as needles, syringes, filters, spoons, water, tourniquets, cups etc)?

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