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Taking Ursocol for high levels of bilirubin. Swollen feet

hello, iam 38 years old i have taken ursocol 300mg for 2 months for high level of 21.5 bilirubin along with elevate level of alt , ast,ggtp .it all come below normal except bilirubin 5.9 and drink liquor again and my ast level isnow 138 bilirubin is 6.2 and have swelling on feet and can i take uroscol 300mg along with dytor 10mg , cyra 20mg, multi vitamin ,cutee 400mg. also ggtp level is 145.
Asked On : Thu, 28 Mar 2013
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URSOCOL has no role in reducing liver enzymes and bilirubin levels.
It is your habit of aloholism which is the root cause of your problems.
Earlier decline in liver enzymes were not because of consumption of URSOCOL ,it was because you abstained fom alcohol.
The most important part of your treatment is strict NO TO ALCOHOL.
No medicine on this earth will help you if you keep on taking alcohol.
Associated swelling in feet is pointing towards development of liver cirrhosis.
You must immediately consult a gastroenterologist for proper evaluation,lest it becomes very late for you.
Don't take any medication without the permission fom your doctor including pain killers.
Answered: Fri, 29 Mar 2013
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