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Suffering from jaundice, rashes, attacks get intense at night. Taking udiliv 300. Cure for jaundice?

hello doctor, my mom is 56 yrs old, 2 months back she ws suffering 4rm jaundice n the doctor prescribed udiliv 300, jaundice ws cured but after few days my started developing rashes , n its not disappearing at any cost, we ve consulted 5 doctors so far,nobody could help us, n it gets even more intense at night, please help jaundice is cured i need advise for the rashes that has developed
Fri, 23 Nov 2012
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Thank you for the query.

Jaundice is not a disease but the symptom. To make it disappear the cause needs to be removed. So it is advisable to have some diagnostics and find the cause of jaundice. Udiliv or any other medicine wont help without knowing what is causing it.
Jaundice can be caused by many diseases like bile ducts blockage by stones, liver cirrhosis, liver viral infection, blood disorders with hemolysis, pancreas cancer, liver cancer and many many more.
So it is advisable to have abdominal ultrasound, liver tests (AST,ALT,GGTP), pancreas enzymes (amylase), HCV and HBV antibodies, urine analysis. Abdominal CT might be necessary if no finding in ultrasound.

Hope this will help.
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