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how long to use udilive for jauindice

hi doctor I m suffring fron jauindce almost by birth even I don"T feel any problem with my body but every times my urine my skins and my eyes get yellow in 2007 doctor suggest me udilive I was usiing it and I saw remarkabel change in my body first effect I found on my skins it became normaly and a deep change in my eyes and urine I increase my weight up to 76 from 63 Kg doctor has suggest me that don" go with that for long time so I stoped it but again I came back on my previouse condition .. even my skin are not getting yellow now but eyes and urine are still yellow can u suggest me that should I continue it for long time dose there is any side effect of these tablet
Asked On : Fri, 2 Jul 2010
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Hi,thanks for query.First of all please get throught physical examination along with blood reports related to liver function,blood counts and ultrasound of abdomen.Udiliv is a good drug but can not do miracle.You have to look for the cause and treatment is must.Jaundice can not stay forever.Please take help from liver specialist for this,bye.
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you should undergo liver function test & should first decide whethever you are having jaundice or not & if yes then what is the type of jaundice & get treatment can't take udiliv fot indefinate period.
Answered: Thu, 2 Jun 2011
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