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Nephrotic syndrome, nil albumin protein, has jaundice. What can be given for meals?

sir my son is already a patient of nephrotic syndroms. He is getting 25 mg of steroid. his albumin protein is nil as todays report. suddelny i came to know that he is having jaundice. his report is AS SERUM BILIRUBIN -4.8,DIRECT4.3 INDIRECT-O.5, SGOT-452, SGPT-350. He is taking livomyn, zincovit and glucose. i want to know is it the right treatment for getting cure within 10 days. what r the things that i can give him as meal. i am giving him only papaya,apple,pomegranate white rasgulla and sugacane but his appetite is not satisfied.
Wed, 31 Oct 2012
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Thank you for the query.

Such results means that there is some blockage in biles ducts (cholestasis). Such condition in most cases is caused by gall stones due to migration of a stone to the bile duct. It can cause abdominal pain however it can give no symptoms at all. This has nothing in common with the drugs he is taking. You cannot treat it by yourself. You should visit your doctor as soon as possible as such bile flow blockage can cause acute pancreatitis. Abdominal ultrasound should be performed. TO treat that, ERCP is necessary.

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