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Back pain, yellow urine, yellow clouds on the white of eyeball. What is going on?

i thought i pulled my lower bk 3 days ago so i was sent to a cyropracter bu my boss and still in pain..on top of it my urine is super yellow... i keep drinking water but its not clearing up.... (urine) my eyes have always had a bit of yellow in the corners where on the white part but now i notice its protruding like little yellow clouds on the white of eye balls? what is going on with me?
Asked On : Sun, 11 Nov 2012
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In your history passing of yellow urine and yellowish eyeball point towards possibility of Jaundice that is may be Hepatitis.
It would be advisable to visit Physician and get Liver Function test and Urine analysis. Once clinically diagnosis is confirmed cause viral Hepatitis or Toxic Hepatitis.
Abdomen Sonography can also give valuable information.
Proper treatment can be given once diagnosis is confirmed,
In the mean time you can do hot fomentation and take some rest.
Please avoid taking analgesic particularly Aspirin.
Please Take care.
Good Luck to You
Answered: Sun, 11 Nov 2012
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