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Checked with liver profile. Urine yellow color. Stopping alcohol consumption improve my health? Food that should be avoided? Suggestion

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I am 27 years old(male). Three days back i checked liver profile in my blood. my bilirubin total is 1.7 and bilirubin direct is 0.6.
i usually drink alcohol in 2 to 3 times per week. My urine contain yellow. Any thing problem about my health. If i will stop drinking it will cure. what food i should avoid and should take. please give me a suggestion
Asked On : Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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Your bilirubin is borderline.You must abstain from alcohol as it is known for damaging liver, once damaged it is difficult to treat. Take high protein and carbohydrate diet, and plenty of water orally, fruit juices,banana etc, take some rest for 3-5 days,sleep well you will be okay.
Yellow color is generally by excreted bilirubin, get biochemical examination of urine done, it is simple,inexpensive test and shall detect if bile is in urine.Sometimes yellow coloration is due to dehydration and so plenty of liquids , especially in summers will make it normal
Answered: Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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