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Early stage of jaundice. Blood test shows elevated sgot, sgpt, bilrubin. Dietary advise?

hi, i m in early stage of jaundice where my blood test results are given below: sgot is 335 u/l sgpt is 832.6 u/l bilirubin 4.7 MG/DL let me introduce myself,i m female and 21. What are all the advisable indian(tamil) food i can have? How long i need to follow this? I m a non-veg eater and love to eat snacks as well. Any advice from you that i m starving of these non-veg and snacks for a week itself?
Asked On : Tue, 30 Oct 2012
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Thank you for the query.

This is not early stage of jaundice! There is no diet to treat it. There is nothing you can do by yourself. It is strongly advisable for you to get medical help. Your liver tests are very bad and can be life threatening. Such liver tests results can be caused by viral infection, bile ducts blockage, liver cirrhosis, liver cancer. You should have abdominal ultrasound, GGT and AP blood tests, amylase in urine and blood, HAV,HBV,HCV tests. Do not neglect it and get medical help as soon as possible.

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Answered: Tue, 30 Oct 2012
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