Liver disease just makes life awful. There are several common varieties (Hepatitis, Fatty Liver Disease, and Cirrhosis, to name a few), which can cause indigestion, reflux, gallstones, hemorroroids, nausea, bloating, constipation, and alcohol intolerance. Aside from the physical effects, there are psychological effects resulting from liver disease that can include depression, headaches, and mood changes.
The skin develops hard, diamond-shaped keratin scales all over the body, inhibiting the baby’s movement. Where skin should fold, it hardens and cracks instead, leaving the baby vulnerable to fatal infections. Additionally, most babies born with Harlequin Ichthyosis are deformed, their body parts being underdeveloped or not existing at all.