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3 most likely: With the limited info noted Sick Gall bladder or Sick Gall bladder or Sick Gall bladder See your doctor to get examined. Get tests ordered and performed to find out. ...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
I have symptoms of jaundice,constipation,nausea,tiredness, sharp pain in stomach,what could be some possible causes?
See doctor: U really need to be seen! Anytime jaundice is present the gallbladder, bile ducts can be affected which can also anger u'r liver and even pancreas, or your red blood cells are being destroyed in blood vessels which will release free bile and cause the jaundice. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How can I tell if my gallbladder has gangrene? Only functioning 15%. I'm constipated, have jaundice, low grade fevers. Ttl bilirubin- 4.5.
Jaundice: Jaundice occurs due to build-up of bilirubin which turns skin yellow. Can happen from biliary problem (liver, gall bladder, pancreas disease) or bursting red blood cells (hemolytic anemia). Sometimes, first sign of jaundice is scleral icterus (yellowing of whites of eyes). I imagine that is what is referred to as "white jaundice" which, to my knowledge, is not an official medical term. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yellow skin: After the newborn period, jaundice (a yellow tint to the skin and eyes) may indicate a problem with the liver or red blood cells. Jaundice in newborns is very common but may still need to be monitored. Most newborns have a blood test done at 24 hours old to assess their risk of jaundice. If you think your baby looks a little more yellow lately, check with your pediatrician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Work backs up : Before delivery mom's body extracts all waste products from baby & allows babies organs to grow & function at minimal levels. At birth, the work switches to baby who must process & recycle hemoglobin from fetus blood so it can be used in regular blood.If there is extra bruising at delivery or a blood incompatibility, there is more work to do. The backup produces the jaundice. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Look in the mirror..: Jaundice is caused by elevation of bilirubin pigment in the blood. When it reaches critical levels it starts to discolor the whites of the eyes, urine and finally skin a yellow color. The urine turns dark like "tea". Sometimes it causes a diffuse itch without rash before skin discoloration becomes evident. If you think you are jaundice, see a doctor asap. Good luck! ...Read more
One of the following: High bilirubin is what causes jaundice. Increased red cell destruction(from hemolytic anemia) makes you feel week and tired. Liver disease like hepatitis or bile obstruction due to stone or tumor can cause jaundice. Most pateints with liver disease feel weak, have loss of appetite and nausea. Pain in the right side of the abdoemn is common in such patients painless jaundice can also occur sometime. ...Read more
No, unlikely: Jaundice is usally caused by high bilirubin coming either from a sick liver or from red cell damage(hemolytic anemia). Either way you would not feel well if you are jaundiced for more than few days.But the best way to know is to do a blood test and check the bilirubin level(normally it is under1.0 mg). If you are jaundiced the bilirubin level is expected to be >3mg. ...Read more
Work overload: Mother cleanses babies blood, removing metabolic waste until the cord is clamped. Newborns must convert blood that worked better in the womb to air breather blood & this conversion creates byproducts that can result in jaundice. Most are visibly jaundiced by day 4 clearing by a week or so. Some have additional issues with blood type or bruises that add to jaundice. Too much jaundice can injure baby. ...Read more