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Baby Yellow Jaundice
My new born male baby suffered by jaundice yellow gunk is released and continuous water released by right single eye since he born on 03-06-2017 ?
Nasolacrimal duct : Stenosis is a common condition in which a membrane occludes the year duct . This results in tears draining from the eye onto the face and sometimes thick material which may be infected drains. You can massage the duct gently and if it does not open by 4-6 months an ophthalmologist can correct it via a simple procedure . ...Read more
Jaundice is the accumulation in the body of bilirubin. Normally it is excreted by the liver, via the bile. For a lot of different reasons, sometimes the bilirubin can accumulate. The most common reasons are a problem with the liver or the bile duct. This can make the skin and/or the whites of the eyes turn yellow. If this occurs, see your ...Read more
Some people in our community believe that yellow colored cloths should not be put on jaundiced babies. Does color of cloths have any effect on health?
No: There is no relation between color of clothing and disease. ...Read more
My baby is seven months old. He has yellow skin but diagnosed as not jaundice. He will not eat or drink for last five days. Hospital said to ride out?
See your doctor: You need to take your child to be seen by his doctor urgently. ...Read more
My 8 yr old had jaundice as a baby.His eyes are yellow and he wheezes.Should i be concerned about his eyes?
Yes: Jaundice as a baby is unlikely to have anything to do with his "yellow eyes" today. He needs to be seen by his physician & evaluated for several illnesses that can produce this finding.It could be as minimal as a hereditary defect in transfer of bilirubin metabolites through the liver or a sign of liver disease. I can't put the wheezing together with the jaundice but both should be assessed. ...Read more
My baby got jaundice on fifth day of birth at 22.5mg/dl
now 3 month 4.3mg/dl with abnormal liver index
high direct and total bili but yellow stool.
Your baby needs help: I am sure that your baby has been under care of a pediatrician because of the exceptionally high bilirubin, particularly the direct portion. The direct high bilirubin indicates problems with passing bilirubin thru the liver, gall bladder, and bile duct to the intestine. Accumulation of high amount of direct bilirubin may cause permanent liver damage, and thus it is important to find the cause. ...Read more
NO!!: Something else is going on and the child should undergo a detailed evaluation by your primary care physician. ...Read more
I have a week old baby & the white part of his eyes have a yellow tinge but his pediatrician said he didn't have jaundice could this still be jaundice?
Yes: There are conditions leading to jaundice (yellow skin) that are genetic, and therefore hereditary, but these are very uncommon. Most jaundice occurs due to normal processes in the newborn and is not hereditary, although depending on the mother's blood type the risk of jaundice in subsequent pregnancies may be increased. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not sure: Where are they? Was there an injury at the site? Are they the only yellow sites or are you yellow elsewhere - i.e. Is it jaundice? Are they around the eye(s) or on the palsm - if s they may represent cholesterol deposits. You shudl be seen by someone who can make a determination - i suggest a dermatologist if your primary md isn't sure. ...Read more
Liver or bile diseas: Liver disease, biliary disease, or blood disease can cause a person to develop yellow or jaundiced skin. ...Read more
See a doctor: Marks do not usually look like juandice. When the skin color tone and hue appear yellow that is usually indicative of jaundice. If you are doing drugs, alcohol or having liver problems you need to be checked by a doctor. Your bilirubin chemistry will measure this in detail and your doctor will order the liver tests necessary for this work up. ...Read more
A few suggestions: Those would be two major causes but if there is a resolving hemorrhage, then sometimes the blood can go from red to yellow before disappearing. Alternatively, people with light freckles or normal pigmentation (from having dark skin) can have a yellowish looking eye, as well. ...Read more
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