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What Is The Best Treatment For Severe Yellow Eyes And Skin
No: If a baby naturally has a yellowish tint to the whites of their eyes, there is really no natural treatment. However, if it is a newborn with jaundice, the yellow will lessen when the jaundice goes away. If it is an older infant who is feeding baby food and receiving a lot of carrots or other orange/yellow vegetables in the diet, reducing these can reduce the degree of yellow tint to the eyes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Liver Failure: Please get to a doctor asap. It sounds like your liver is shutting down. ...Read more
Serious condition : You need to see your doctor asap it may be hepatitis a, b, c, gall bladder disease like stones and/or infection panreatitis or cancer of pancreas stomach cancer with liver metastasis cancer of liver, primary or metastatic you need a physical exam and history, blood and urine test, imaging of abdomen like ultrasound and cat scan of abdomen to make the diagnosis and treatment commonest cause is gall blad. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Causes of yellow skin around eyes, like a black eye but color yellow. Eyes white, no yellow skin anywhere else.
I have a stubborn friend showing sure signs of jaundice. Yellow eyes, skin, vomiting and other flu symptoms. I say go to er. Am i right?
Jaundiced?: His/her symptoms, when considered together, suggest early onset jaundice due to a liver problem, bile duct/gallbladder problem, or pancreatic disease. This can be serious, may worsen, & deserves urgent physical examination & lab testing. Please get him/her to see a doctor or to present to the emergency room. And absolutely no alcohol. Yes, you're right on the money! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My bilirubin is 3.5, sgot is 60, sgpt 120. What is best treatment? Any food restrictions? I had yellow eyes now looks normal color
Check with doc,RD: Can't tell here. Depends on cause of your problem. Could be due to infection (typically viral), toxic reaction to meds, immune, inflammatory, bile obstruction due to stone, tumor, etc also depends on what levels were at their worst (if this is improvement). Dietician can be helpful.. ...Read more
Go to the Doctor: You need to find out why your eyes are yellow. There are several very significant possibilities. The doctor must do some testing. ...Read more
Depends: If they are yellow because of jaundice from liver disease once liver disease is resolved they go back to white. If it is from a congenital anemia like thalasemia then it will stay the same. You also may be referring to pinguecula that is next to cornea which if inflamed can be treated to become less evident. ...Read more
Yes, for infants: In most cases, the jaundice in infants improves within 1 to 2 weeks. It is usually physiological (natural). Using "bili tool", as a guide, the infant's jaundice can be treated with special lights, if the jaundice level is high (bilirubin blood test). Every infant discharged home within 72 hours of age needs to be reevaluated for jaundice within 48 hours--> the current standard of care and safe. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yellow eyes: 1- jaundice: yellowing of the sclerae (whites of the eyes), resulting from bile (or its pigment bilirrubin). This indicates serious liver disease. 2-although not exactly yellow, the brown pigmentation of the eye may "spill" on the sclera or conjunctiva resulting in an almost yellow appearance. 3- i've seen pts calling "yellow" pingueculae (fleshy nodules in the conjunctiva, @ 3 & 9 o clock. ...Read more
Jaundice: Yellow eyes are a feature of jaundice. There may be a problem with the liver. It needs to be checked. Some slight discoloration of the normally white sclera can occur with sun damage and chronic irritation. See a doctor urgently to make sure that a liver problem doesn't kill you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Acute infection?: If you have recent infection with hepatitis b and your liver is still working ok, then the yellow eyes will go away. People who turn yellow are more likely to have their immune system control hepatitis b so you should definitely have follow up of your labs. People who have severe liver damage from long-standing hepatitis b infection have yellow eyes because of chronic liver damage. ...Read more
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