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Yellow skin and pee serious enough to cut classes for infirmary?

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Dr. Richard Feinstein
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In brief: Jaundice

Yellow skin could mean that you have jaundice, a condition caused by an increase in your blood levels of bilirubin, and an indication that your liver may be inflammed.
Hepatitis, a viral inflammaiton of the liver can cause jaundice, yellowing of the skin and the eyes, and a darkening of the urine.You should visit a doctor right away, to get tested and treated. Some cases of hepatitis can be fatal.

In brief: Jaundice

Yellow skin could mean that you have jaundice, a condition caused by an increase in your blood levels of bilirubin, and an indication that your liver may be inflammed.
Hepatitis, a viral inflammaiton of the liver can cause jaundice, yellowing of the skin and the eyes, and a darkening of the urine.You should visit a doctor right away, to get tested and treated. Some cases of hepatitis can be fatal.
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