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How can jaundice be cured permanently ? Is there any medicine to gain weight ?

hi, I was suffering from jaundice for last 1 year and getting treatment continuously and now the billirubin total : 1.13, direct : .27, indirect: .86 looks normal, but I had little pain in left back side upper ribs in spleen , from Kumari Asav medicine it disappears its very good medicine I was feeling fine but from last week I m feeling that jaundice is again coming back after taking oily food. how can I fully prevent it. after taking outside food body feels very weak and laziness.I started taking liv52 DS, Is it helpful ? kindly suggest my weight is already 12 kg reduced and now only 53kg /165 CM. Raj
Asked On : Fri, 13 May 2011
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Hi,Raj,thanks for query.Jaundice from 1 year seems unusual.I hope you had taken proper treatment and investigation from expert.You are taking all this ayurvedic medicines,please do not take anything without proper advise from your doctor.It would also recommend advise of super specialist in this filed for you.Take light diet,avoid heavy and high fat content food,please do not eat out and take proper rest.Keep your follow with your doctor very regular.bye.
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