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Yellow color on skin, conjected problin found, large spleen, liver is also larger, stopped breast feeding, Hepatitis b and c result is negative

my son 2 months and 6 days suffer from yellow color in skin and found conjcted probilin initilly 2.9 and after 2 weeks we found the spleen is large 7cm and the liver is large than normal. we stopped breast feeding and he is in milk without luctoz doctor ask to check for hepetis c and b but result negative. i am the father suffering from hemoglobein high. i denote blood every 6 months . is this effecting my child case. please till me why this enlarge and analysis said too much toxic material in blood
Asked On : Fri, 13 Apr 2012
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Thanks for writing in.
There are a number causes of an enlarged spleen and liver and a high bilirubin in children. The fact that you have high haemoglobin or are donating blood has not effect on this. I would suggest that a bone marrow examination and a liver biopsy be done for your child. We should be looking to rule out a metabolic disorder and a problem in the bone marrow. In these conditions, the liver and spleen frequently enlarge.
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