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Tell me the diet once jaundice is cured

hi i had jaundice for 2 weeks and it is been cured with consult of family doctor i wanted to know can start having nonveg food like chicken,egg,fish as my family doctor suggested i can go for it or i have to wait for some more week?please advice.
Asked On : Wed, 30 Mar 2011
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  Anonymous's Response
hi. good that you recovered from jaundice. see ass your still in recoverin phase i don recomend to directly jump in for non veg and all, start getting back to your normal veg diet slowly around a week time , then gradually start little oily foods and then after around a month or so you can start with non veg. let your liver recover fully before you load for oily foods. and as jaundice is water borne , be particular about the hygiene.
Answered: Wed, 10 Aug 2011
HIV AIDS Specialist Dr. Rajendra Kumar Panda's  Response
Do the LFT & Urine for bilesalt & bile pigment, HBSAg &Anti HCV . You can take anything you like (as other family members are taking ) Regarding non veg you can take soup Review after the report
Answered: Thu, 11 Aug 2011
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General & Family Physician Dr. Prahlad S. Patki's  Response
If your liver function tests like Serum Bilirubin, SGPT and Alkaline Phosphatase (ALP) is now normal, you can eat whatever you like. If Your ALP is still high, then oily food needs to be avioded. Please remeber that you need to eat clean, well cooked food. Take care of water contamination too. Alcohol is an old raskal, avoid it completely.
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You should avoid oily and spicy food for a month because let your liver be prepared to digest these things.
You did not mentioned you Liver Function Test reports.
Wish u a good health.
Dr Vivek Goswami
Answered: Wed, 30 Mar 2011
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