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Is exercise and regular games allowed for patient of Gilbert's Syndrome?

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is exercise & regular games allowed, if you are patient of XXXXXXX Syndrome & belurubin is between 1.5 to 2.5 ?
Posted Thu, 3 Oct 2013 in Liver and Gall Bladder
Answered by Dr. Shruti Rijhwani 19 minutes later
Brief Answer:
Yes , you can do it.

Detailed Answer:
Dear sir,

Thank you for posting your query on XXXXXXX

Well looking into your question I would like to tell you that patients Gilbert’s Syndrome lacks the enzyme utilized for breaking down bilirubins but it seems to be fairly managed .

You can exercise like walking , swimming but low intensity exercises are preffered as compared to strenuous exercises which might aggravate the problem . Every individuals capacity is different for handling the disease so nothing can be said as blanket statement . I would advise you to XXXXXXX a fitness instructor to devise a schedule specially for you . You bilirubin is fairly OK so you can start with your exercise routine.

But try not to overtrain and exercise as your body allows.

Take care.

Dr. Shruti
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Follow-up: Is exercise and regular games allowed for patient of Gilbert's Syndrome? 1 hour later
what are the diet precautions & other precautions to be taken??
Answered by Dr. Shruti Rijhwani 1 hour later
Brief Answer:
Nothing in particular

Detailed Answer:
Dear sir ,

Gilbert's syndrome isn't XXXXXXX entity only it will sometimes lead to fluctuations in your bilirubin levels . Only precaution is avoiding any thing that can possibly harm liver functions .

First is to avoid use of any hepatotoxic drug , avoid fatty meals frequently , eat a nutritious diet , keep yourself hydrated , practise yoga to calm you down .

Take care .

Dr. Shruti
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