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What are the signs of recovery from jaundice ?

What are the symptoms of the adult jaundice going away? I have had an ERCP to clear the blockage so the yellowing could go away, I have noticed the change of the colour of my urine from dark yellow (orangey colour) to clear yellow almost immediately after the procedure but now it got darker and I feel really weak again struggling to do basic tasks at home. I have felt like this just before I got jaudiced - could this mean the disease is coming back? I am unsure if it s something normal when jaundice goes away?
Asked On : Wed, 28 Mar 2012
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There is no clear cut features that say that the infection remits. I wish to know why was an ERCP done. It is a procedure done to relieve obstruction in the hepato biliary tract. After ERCP if you are piling up the bilirubin again ( intensely yellow) then a redo of ERCP is most often required.

It helps a lot for the expert to give an opinion if you an type the final diagnosis. Please make some efforts to do that.

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