Your levels of enzymes indicates that you have acute hepatitis
. I hope
that your doctor has done complete hepatitis screenig for all three major
types A,B and C. If you have type A hepatitis , the enzymes should start
coming down in 4-6 weeks from the onset of jaundice
. If you have type-B
Hepatitis , about 20-30% can go into a chronic phase and even after six
months , the enzymes will stay abnormal. Same could be true for Hep-C
if you have any of the risk factors.
is an antibiotic and is not effective for viral infection.
Urso and sylamarin may be helpful in reducing the damage to the liver
Primaquin is also not indicated for hepatitis virus. Famotidine
is a H-2 Blocker
and for acid control.
I am glad that you don't smoke or drink. You need to be on a good high protein
diet , take B-Complex Vitamin with C which is helpful.
Hope you can discuss these with your doctor.
I wish you well.