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Raised bilirubin with difficulty in walking and feeling exhausted

doctor my sister is ill from past 8 months now.she is growing weaker n weaker n now she is unable to speak ..her voice is not coming n it pains when she tries to speak..she had bilirubin raised levels n was diagnosed jaundice but then she is still not recovered .she feels tired and cant walk .just few metres and she feels exhausted n then takes rest on bed.she says she has no hopes left and she is also getting irritated if we force her for diet etc. she has become very emotional n sensitive .she is 27 years old and she is very weak.
Asked On : Tue, 10 Apr 2012
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I advice you to take your sister to your family doctor or nearby hospital and get admitted at earliest . No cure can be gained by natural means .
> Avoid fried foods and cook with less oil.
> Add fruits and vegetables to your diet.
> Avoid red meat. Try lean meats like chicken and fish, and trim the fat from your meat.
> Avoid spices and salt.
> Drink orange juice and carrot juice.
> Drink hot water with lemon.
> Exercise.

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Dr.J.Kingson John David
Answered: Thu, 20 Jun 2013
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