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Please help! - yellow eyes, nausea, dark urine and headache.?

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Dr. Jason Hemming
Internal Medicine - Gastroenterology
3 doctors agree

In brief: ER

You need to be evaluated immediately as you may be having a liver or biliary problem.

In brief: ER

You need to be evaluated immediately as you may be having a liver or biliary problem.
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Dr. Martin Mayers
Ophthalmology
3 doctors agree

In brief: Jaundice

Yellow eyes are worrisome.
It could indicate liver disease such as hepatitis. Consult with your primary care physician as soon as possible.

In brief: Jaundice

Yellow eyes are worrisome.
It could indicate liver disease such as hepatitis. Consult with your primary care physician as soon as possible.
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Dr. Jack Rubin
Internal Medicine - Nephrology & Dialysis

In brief: Jaundice

Your yellow eyes are a sign of jaundice (J).
Your liver is diseased. You need to go to the ER and admitted admitted for a work up of your J to see what is causing it. If you have a physician (P), call the P and ask the P to admit you to a hospital to find out why you have J. Good luck.

In brief: Jaundice

Your yellow eyes are a sign of jaundice (J).
Your liver is diseased. You need to go to the ER and admitted admitted for a work up of your J to see what is causing it. If you have a physician (P), call the P and ask the P to admit you to a hospital to find out why you have J. Good luck.
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Dr. Saptarshi Bandyopadhyay
Internal Medicine - Hospital-based practice

In brief: Jaundice; hemolysis?

It sounds like u r developing jaundice, which is accumulation of bile salts in the blood stream. The liver normally gets rid of bile salts, & could be damanged; alternatively, ur body can be making more bile than ur liver can handle, from hemolysis (destruction of blood cells) or other conditions.
in any case, these symptoms warrant a visit to urgent care/ur doctor for testing. Best of luck!

In brief: Jaundice; hemolysis?

It sounds like u r developing jaundice, which is accumulation of bile salts in the blood stream. The liver normally gets rid of bile salts, & could be damanged; alternatively, ur body can be making more bile than ur liver can handle, from hemolysis (destruction of blood cells) or other conditions.
in any case, these symptoms warrant a visit to urgent care/ur doctor for testing. Best of luck!
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