What are the symptoms for jaundice?

Yellow skin. Jaundice, by definition, is yellow skin. It is usually a symptom of underlying liver or biliary dysfunction.
Itching. Itching and yellow skin discoloration - best seen in the whites of eyes early on.

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What are the symptoms of jaundice & diabetes?

Various. Dm and jaundice are not necessarily related unless due to a lesion in the head of the pancreas that is causing obstruction. Jaundice is yellowing of the whites of the eyes and skin if more severe and diabetes sx included, increased thirst, urination, blurred vision, stomach pain, numbness/tingling, burning of the feet and hands if bad enough. Read more...

What are the symptoms of jaundice in an infant?

They look yellow. Jaundiced babies take on a yellowish skin tone that can be evident in the white of their eyes.They will also have some looser stools & may not feed well. Read more...

My newborn has mild case of jaundice it's starting to clear up. What are symptoms of jaundice and can she still have side effects how long doesitlast?

Nothing worrisome. The jaundice reflects an accumulation of metabolic waste that was removed through the placenta during pregnancy.At high levels this can cause problems, but as the babies system catches up with the work, it drops to low levels that do not cause harm.In fact we all have some low levels of this material in our system through life. Read more...
See below. A typical newborn born at full term develops a mild jaundice (yellow staining of skin and eyes) which peaks at 3rd day of life and fades away by 7th day. Mild jaundice of this type does not result in any harm. Should her jaundice takes a protracted course or gets worse in degree, underlying cause(s) should be sought. Read more...

What are the symptoms of newborn jaundice and how can I address them?

Yellow infant. Newnborn jaundice is treatable by blue light or sulight. We now know that it is the first sign of oxidative stress (published) and you need the advice and help of your pediatrician. Read more...