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Had jaundice, cured. Blood test normal. Can i consume alcohol again?

Hi sir, Date : 20th feb 2013 I had jaundice second time june 2012 , and my billirubine is come to bellow 1.0 after 3months, during my first blood test my billirubineis 3.5 & SGOT is more than 1000, before that I had jaundice on june 2010(first time). Now I feel good and my blood test also normal. I am a occasionally dirnker, last six month I quite alchol fully. I can drink again? If I can drink after how many months I can consume alchol? Regards, Ram
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Thanks for using healthcare magic.

I have gone through your available history.

The reason for developing jaundice is crucial in your case. The type of jaundice also play a role.

Alcohol is much harmful to liver so it is advisable not to take alcohol forever.

You may consult your physician for the same.
Answered: Tue, 11 Jun 2013
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