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Is my blood report normal bilirubin is 24 and sgpt is 250 ?

i was suffering from jaundice since 18 days my bilirubin is 24 and sgpt is 250what should i do i was suffering from jaundice since 18 days............. my bilirubin is 2.4 and sgpt is 250 in the last blood test .........what should i do?
Asked On : Mon, 18 Jul 2011
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Pediatrician, Infectious Diseases 's  Response
Hi, did u get a viral marker blood test done? This could b hepatitis A mostly which can b confirmed by blood test for HAV. U plz take adequate rest ,hydration n a low protein low fat but high carbohydrate diet, simple dal rice,bananas etc.Ayurvedic preparation of Tab liv 52 once a day may help
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General & Family Physician Dr. Pragnesh Vachharajani's  Response
Hi vikash,thanks for query.Please get in touch with a physician for treatment of this.It is important to know the first report which was done to compare this report.Initially the level of bilirubin is low,which can go up and level sgpt is high,which goes down with time.Take rest and home based diet.Normally jaundice takes about 4-5 weeks to get cured.
wishing you good health.
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General & Family Physician Dr. Shainaz Arif Kaware's  Response
Hello vikas;
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Normally jaundice is a viral infection and since it has been 18 days now it must reduce.You need to take rest and food rich in carbohydrates and avoid oily;spicy;fried food.Also to help reduce the bilirubin start taking glucon-D with water 3-4 times a day and get medicines from a doctor close by and you should be fine in next few days.Also get tested for HbsAg that is Hepatitis -B.
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