Gilberts syndrome is a manifestation of defective bilirubin handling that has no adverse effect on life. Usually physical and emotional stresses cause an increase in bilirubin. Hence try avoid them as well as dehydration. decrease in bilirubin can be achieved using certain enzyme inducers but they aren't usually required
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Hello doctor, My name is Meenakshi. My nephew who is 6 and half year old is suffering from gilbert syndrome since last 4 years. Now the problem is that he had vomiting and loose motions the day before yesterday. The doctor recommended some blood test. The test reports shows that the total leucocytes count 11800 cumm, Neutrophils 78, E.S.R(wintrobs) 30 and the s.bilirubin total 3.2,direct bilirubin 1.8 ,indirect bilirubin 1.4 S.G.P.T kinetic 72.6 . the doctor suggested him to take bed rest for 1 month. Is it a serious kind of matter. what should we do .please give your needful help
Hi my name is Gilbert and i m 29 years old 174cmand 70 kgs i m an atheltic guy4 times per week i go to the gym evreything was normal until i had a weakness in my body and i did blood test and my doctor said that i have gilbert syndrome like my name :).he prescripted to me to take vitamin pills called simepar(contains silymarine,VIT B1,B2,B6,B12..)and from a month until now i m having a very healthy diet foods and a lot of fruits and vegetables but the symptoms is not over yet i cannot drive my car or go to my work ..my question is how many days can be last this syndrome?
Sir, i am 32 years old male. i have gilbert syndrome . i am a bodybuilder using whey protein for workouts. recently i got joint pains and body pains and i was undergone for the blood test . result is as followed ; bilirubin 1.6 , sgpt 45 and sgot 52 . hb 16.3 and wbc 6500. I s it normal or i have to go for treatment? what type of food i have to avoid. please suggest me. what medicaton i need to get normal levels?
hi Dr Samuel thanks for yr answer about down syndrome now i need information about my research for a topic about children s disabilities : vision : what are the key characteristics, sign and symptoms and cause or known risk factors thanks for your support
Worried abt results of blood.. Risk of Down Syndrome - 1 in 370 (at term) (Risk due to maternal age alone is 1 in 570).. Risk of T13 - 1 in 100000 (at term) (Risk due to maternal age alone is 1 in 15000).. Risk of T18 - 1 in 100000 (at term) (Risk due to maternal age alone is 1 in 5200) The beta-HCG is significantly elevated and may indicate potential problems with the pregnancy. we have had the us scan done and the amnio done.. Q.What are the chances of the baby turning out to hve downs.. also how freq shud we visit docs to check the baby doing well. thanks Sam
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