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What Is The Result Of Total Bilirubin In Hepatitis B
My total bilirubin is 1.1 mg/dl. My eyes and skin are slightly yellowish and i mostly have slight hepatitis b. What should I do
Hepatitis B: First you should verify you have hepatitis b. 80% of hepatitis b infections clear and cause no long term damage. You are of an age that you should have been vaccinated for hepatitis b as a child. These vaccines started in 1984 for all american pediatric patients. If you do have the chronic active infection then there are medications that can fully suppress the hepatitis virus. ...Read more
Bilirubin, a product of hemoglobin breakdown, is present in two forms in the human body: unconjugated (indirect bilirubin, insoluble) and conjugated (direct bilirubin, soluble). Unconjugated bilirubin is conjugated in the liver and released into the small intestine in bile, the fluid in the gallbladder. Total bilirubin measures indirect bilirubin plus direct bilirubin; part of ...Read more
Total bilirubin 1.9 mg/dl, Alk Phosphatase 123 U/L, SGPT (ALT) 49 U/L, SGOT(AST) 46U/L. Hepatitis B & C negative. Slightly yellow eyes,?
Look for cause: The workup needs to continue. You've got hemochromatosis, Wilson's, autoimmune hepatitis, antitrypsin deficiency, medication allergy or some other treatable illness until proved otherwise. If you are taking any medications, even 'natural' / 'herbal' / 'traditional', stop them now. This is serious. Best wishes. ...Read more
Normal sgpt, sgot, bilirubin count .I hve hepatitis b.But still my symptoms like nausea, abdomen discomfort perceivs .Why?Shud i need medications.
HepB NOT likely caus: You may have ibs, a functional gastrointestinal disorder characterized by some pain/cramping, altered bowel habits in the absence of specific/unique organic pathology/disease. Other symptoms common to ibs include bloating, gasiness, frequent/urge to have bm, early satiety, dyspepsia symptoms etc... Often = nuisances, but can be debilitating at times.. If u r concerned, consult doc.. Good luck. ...Read more
My blood test results:
total bilirubin: 1.41 h
ast: 40 h
alt: 100 h
total alk phosphatase: 43 l
serum total protein: 7.1
e.R. Said hepatitis?
Let's try this...: I have only a little bit of the story you've shared. Perhaps it's time to see whether the ast and alt get back to normal after two weeks off alcohol and any not-totally-necessary meds you may be taking. If so, this is the start of a healthier life after alcohol. If not, the workup for virus infections, iron overload, wilson's, autoimmunity & need for exercise can begin. Good luck. ...Read more
My total bilirubin is 3.5 mg% in which,
Direct: 1.5 mg%
Indirect: 2.0 mg%
My final diagnosis is: ACUTE VIRAL HEPATITIS
what should i do??
Three months ago direct and total bilirubin were double the normal level. now they're normal again. cirrhosis? liver failure? hepatitis?
Years go I got hepatitis A recovered but my skin has been mild yellowish ever since. lately the total bilirubin was 3.2. Any need to visit a doctor?
Hepatitis A: Relapsing hepatitis occurs in 3 - 20% of patients 4 to 15 weeks after the initial symptoms have resolved. Cholestatic hepatitis with high bilirubin levels persisting for months is also occasionally observed. Chronic sequelae with persistence of HAV infection for more than 12 months are usually not observed. Follow up with your doctor is recommended. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sgpt 950 alkaline phosphatase 298 total bilirubin 5.5 direct bilirubin 4.4 kindly answer cause obstructive jaundice or hepatitis?
I am sufering from hepatitis a. My total bilirubin is 2.9. Sgot is 120. Sgpt is 280. Is it safe to breast feed? Do i will transfer the hepatitis?
No: Physicians and scientists agree that it's safe for a mother infected with viral hepatitis to breastfeed her baby. Considering that the american academy of pediatrics is such a staunch advocate of breastfeeding, this will be good news to many who are worried. In fact, they promote breastfeeding as the best possible way for good health and development. ...Read more
Hepatitis is an inflammatory condition of the liver. Almost all cases are caused by viruses, including most commonly hepatitis a, hepatitis b, and hepatitis c, or by toxins (eg alcohol). The liver swells, it doesn't work properly leading to a failure to detoxify some biochemical substances, and a failure to excrete bilirubin, leading to jaundice. Some cases are fatal, ...Read more
Bilirubin is the potentially toxic product of heme metabolism. It is formed by breakdown of heme present in hemoglobin, myoglobin, cytochromes, catalase, peroxidase and tryptophan pyrrolase. Eighty percent of the daily bilirubin production comes from hemoglobin. It requires conversion to a water-soluble form before elimination from the body by ...Read more
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