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Suffering from jaundice. Fully treatable? Restrictions in calorie intake?

Hi, I am a patient of jaundice. I am 16. I got bilirubin as high as 6 but now its 3 something.( shukar-al-hamdulillha) .
I wanna ask few questions.

Please answer my questions bellow.

1 . As I m in the growing age,will jaundice affect my growth?
2. Is jaundice is fully treatable?
3.when I can join gym? Will i ever be able to join :/ ?
4.i am very very skinny. I m 16 but looks 12 whyyyyyy? Everyone's makes fun of me. Is there any restrictions in calories intake? I want to gain some weight.

Thank you!
Asked On : Thu, 17 Oct 2013
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Hi, there are many types of jaundice, some are curable completely, and some don't go away,hepatitis B is one among them. but you can be fit to attend your work, and extracuriculam . any how consult a gastroenterologist for diagnosis and treatment.
Regarding the thin built it may be genetic, but you can have some improvement, by consulting the same doctor. Have food rich in fats and proteins. Thank you.
Answered: Thu, 17 Oct 2013
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