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How to improve billirubin level? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 25-Nov-2014
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User:Hello Doctor
User:My Partner who is suffering from PAH
User:Took the Liver function test
User:As mentioned above
Doctor:Please proceed with your query
User:My Partner who is diagnosed with PAH
User:has undergone a liver function test
User:The uncingugated billirubin is less than 0.2
Doctor:thats ok
Doctor:Need not worry
Doctor:It varies by a narrow range
User:even the A/G ratio is less doctor
Doctor:Let me have a look at the report
User:I just attached it doctor
User:Have you recieved it doctor?
Doctor:yes, I have received it
Doctor:let me have a look
User:Okay Doctor
Doctor:Yes, its less but by a narrow range
Doctor:not serious
Doctor:but can indicate lower nutrition levels
Doctor:recent nutrition may not be to the optimum
User:What needs to be done doctor?
Doctor:Protein rich diet for a week or two alone will help
Doctor:This can also improve the bilirubin levels
User:Is this blood related doctor?
Doctor:Not at al
Doctor:Nutrition related
Doctor:I mean its nutrition related
Doctor:is there anything else you want to know about ?
User:Will it affect the pre existing ailment doctor?
Doctor:Not at al.. Its not serious enough to cause any health related problems
User:Any specifc food that needs to be followed doctor?
Doctor:Pulses and boiled egg white are better foods
User:Is chicken also advised doctor?
Doctor:Milk and milk products too
User:This has to be followed for 2 weeks doctor?
Doctor:Are you there ?
User:Does the LFT have to take place after that as well doctor?
User:The Net connection is little weak sorry for that doctor
Doctor:Yes, you can get it repeated after 2 weeks to see improvement
User:Okay thank you doctor
User:for all the help doctor
Doctor:You are welcome
Doctor:thanks for using this service
Doctor:Bye for now
Doctor:take care
User:Thank you doctor
Doctor:Wish you good health
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