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Can I eat normal food as my SGPT has come down to 49 ?

i am suffering from jaundis and my test report was Sr-Billburin-10.75 and SGPT-359 which is now latest pathalogical report is Sr-Billburin-1.34 and SGPT-49 i want to know that can i eat normal food.
Asked On : Sat, 4 Jun 2011
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Diabetologist 's  Response

Welcome to Healthcare magic forum,

Since ur recovering from jaundice u need to have bland and oil less diet for atleast 15 days from ur recovery so that ur liver gets enough time to restore its normal function.

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Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr. Aashish Raghu's  Response
It appears that the liver damage is present but according to the latest test, there is healing taking place. Please avoid road side food and also follow proper handwashing with soap and water. Avoid eating fatty and spicy food for another 2-3 weeks atleast. Keep yourself properly hydrated. Your Bilirubin levels are still on the upper side indicating some damage is still there, don't make it worse by eating anything from outside now. Take proper Medication as advised by your Doctor.
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