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Suffering from jaundice past 5 years.Admitted twice. .Is there any permanent solution for jaundice?

Goodmorning doctor my name is arun. I am from decease is im suffering from jaundice past 5 years. I had admitted twice becauce of maleria and jaundice .Yesterday i tested my jaundice the report says total bilirubin is 2 and reference range is 1.5 .IS there any permanent solution for jaundice.plz suggest me
Asked On : Tue, 27 Mar 2012
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Hi Arun,

The Total bilirubin being 2 is not of a concern for me. I think you should not go about the reference range for yourself and go perturbed.

An adult with two time history of malaria and jaundice within 5 yrs in a tropical country like India where malaria and hepatitis A are highly prevalent is just normal.
Just take all the measure to prevent mosquito bite and contaminated food and water.

Answered: Tue, 27 Mar 2012
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