A doctor has told the BBC that a cellulitis is the result of too much drinking, and the treatment can help you to reduce the damage.
The disease is caused by the production of toxins in the intestines and caused by a bacterium called Bacteroides fragilis, which also causes a condition called non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD).
The bacteria is able to enter your body through the stomach, but it is usually harmless.
However, in the case of cellulosis, this bacteria can cause problems in your liver.
The symptoms can be: constipation, diarrhoea, fever, abdominal pain, and loss of appetite.
You may not realise you have the condition until you have symptoms that are similar to a yeast infection, or it can cause diarrhoeas and nausea.
In some cases, the bacteria can be transferred to other parts of your body, so you may not be aware of it for some time.
Symptoms include: constrictive colitis, which is a severe form of inflammation of the lining of the small intestine.
There is usually a red, white or brown patch on the lining on your stomach.
If you experience constipation and/or diarrhea, you may be able to get relief from the stool, and you may also be able help with bloating and gas.
If the bacteria gets into your liver, it can result in liver failure.
If your symptoms continue and you have signs of liver failure, you should see your GP.
If there is an increased risk of developing a type of cancer, such as esophageal cancer, you can see your doctor to discuss your treatment options.
If it is too soon to stop your symptoms, you could try a treatment that is more likely to relieve them.
If cellulopathy has developed, your GP may recommend antibiotics to treat the infection.
If this is the case, you will need to: eat less food