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5 yr old had high bilirubin, recovered, no problem with liver. Why sweating profusely during night?

My 5 year old daughter had high bilirubin and 3 out of 4 liver enzymes and was hospitalized for 3 days. All her levels have come down and they couldn t find anything wrong with her liver. She is now sweatung prefusely at night but no fever . Could it be anything I should worry about
Asked On : Mon, 26 Mar 2012
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Your daughter had elevated bilirubin and liver enzymes which have now normalised. Also you have been informed by your doctors that her liver is fine. By this description it seems that your daughter had viral hepatitis. It is a self limiting, usually mild illness in children.

Her episodes of sweating seem to be unrelated to this illness. Try decreasing the temperature of her room at night for a few days. If excessive sweating persists even after a week or so, please get back to me with any other problems she has and her exact laboratory reports of liver tests and the treatment she received. At present I don't think you need to worry about it.

Hope that helps.
Wishing you good luck.

Dr. Preeti
Answered: Fri, 15 Nov 2013
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