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Obstructive jaundice, dark stools and urine, sleepy, weight loss. Danger?

My husband has been diagnosed with Obstructive jaundice (multiply gallstones), he has an appointment with a specialist, but not until 7th August. But over the last week his colour has gone worse, so has his urine (very dark) and stools (very pale) He is also sleeping all the time and loads of weight has dropped off him and only eating once a day - is he in danger??
Asked On : Tue, 31 Jul 2012
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If he has documented gall stones with obstructive jaundice and weight loss the stone might have been impacted in the bile duct. He requires an urgent MRCP , and if the impacted stone is seen an ERCP with clearance of CBD. Consult your specialist at the earliest.
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