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Ayurvedic treatment tried in vain, blood test, bilibruim total and direst is 2.5, solution for jaundice

I m suffering from jaundice from 5 months, i took ayurvedic treatment but no use.I check up blood test (bilibruim total and direst ), i have 2.5 .. can u suugest me good solution please.
Asked On : Sat, 25 Feb 2012
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Hello. Welcome to HCM.
You need to tell us the complete test reports- bilirubin - both direct and indirect, along with liver enzymes, hepatic viral markers, history of medicine/ drug/ alcohol use. With all these findings, probably a USG abdomen would also be needed.
Depending on age,there can be many causes for jaundice and the final diagnosis requires minimum basic of the above mentioned investigations.
An accurate diagnosis is the only thing by which a treatment can be suggested.
So get these tests and visit a physician, who will also examine you for enlargement of liver and other signs of liver malfunction.
Take care.
Answered: Sat, 25 Feb 2012
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