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suffering with jaundice since a month, done LFT, on boiled foods, udiliv. Suggestion?

Hello Doctor,I was suffering from jauindece from last one month I get my LFT done today my reports are Bilirubn 1.1 , Conjugated 0.5,unconjugated 0.6,AST 91, ALT 201,Alkaline phosphate 74,Total protein 7.3, Albumin 3.9, Globulin 3.4 I want to check if these reports are normal and what I have to do to reduce my Bilirubn .I am having boiled food with no fats right now. and in Drugs UDILIV 300mg
Asked On : Tue, 25 Sep 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Welcome to HCM
It seems that you are suffering from viral hepatitis,and you are already on the path of recovery.
It is advisable to take normal diet as many restrictions in diet are not required and patients usually follow restrictions by themself which many times cause nutritional deficiency and lack of energy.sometimes weightloss.
Just take normal healthy diet,safe potable water and fruits,if your doctor advises vitamin suppliments.
you will be alright soon.
Good luck
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Critical Care Specialist Dr. Sadiq Mughal's  Response
ast 47 alp 120 alt 56 Hi Dear thanks for your question.The LFT REPORT YOU HAVE PUT HERE IS A BIT ABNORMAL. Your bilirubin is almost normal ,ideal would be less than 0.9.which you can achieve in few more days,your AST is raised the upper limit of normal is 47,and your ALT IS ALSO RAISED AS NORMAL UPPER LIMIT IS 56 ALKAline phosphatase is normal,Normal upper limit is 120 you continue with boiled food with no fats and UDILIV 300mg ,it will help to reduce your bilirubin
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