Udiliv Medicine Used For

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amit Says:

I recently got my sgpt and sgot tested... They were 135 and 75. My doctor advised me udiliv 300 twice daily. Is it the correct medicine. How long should i have this medicine before i get my tests conducted again. Can i have alcohol 2-3 times a month in this liver condition. Pls help.

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rajat Says:

my lft shows elevated alt(sgpt) enzymes in blood which is 49 normal 40 iu/lit and also have an inflammed liver problem.doctor prescribed to take udiliv 300,twice daily,and razo-d once daily.but my health is not improving after taking it for 12 days.am i getting the right treatment for reducing the infalmmed liver & alt(sgpt).plz help me.

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David Says:


Do you know why your doctor prescribed you Udiliv? I only ask because it's indications don't seem to have anything to do with liver related conditions.

Udiliv contains the active ingredient Ursodiol, which is used to dissolve gallstones in patients who do not want surgery or cannot have surgery to remove gallstones. Ursodiol is also used to prevent the formation of gallstones in overweight patients who are losing weight very quickly. Ursodiol is a bile acid, a substance naturally produced by the body that is stored in the gallbladder. It works by decreasing the production of cholesterol and by dissolving the cholesterol in bile so that it cannot form stones.

NOTE: Consumption of alcohol with any type of liver condition can be very damaging to your body. You would inevitably be hurting yourself just by having it in general.

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amit Says:

Dear David,
Thanks a lot for the reply, though my cholestrol was normal i had an increased triglycerides and very low density protein then. I also took fenolip 145 mg once a day. i got my reports done in the first week of april and all the tests came our to be normal. I have now discontinued the medicines. can u pls suggest when should i get the tests done again.

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nadeem Says:

I was prescribed udiliv 150 mg because my SGPT was teseted above 300, now my medicine is finished and not available in the city, could you please prescribe any other salt

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Arindam L Says:

This information is helpful

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BSP 100 Says:

Respected sir,
I have undergone liver transplant 6 months ago.This time my Cholesterol level is 239(Total).
Serum bilirubin is 2.3(Total)
Bilirubin Direct is 0.8
Indirect Serum Bilirubin is 1.5
When I sent this report the doctor has asked me to take Udiliv 300mg twice a day.I wanted to know whether the intake of the medicine is necessary?Does it have any side effects?Everything else is normal in my blood & ultrasound results.

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khattri Says:
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My sgpt, sgot and ggt is 138,88 and 64 resp. Dr prescribe me udiliv 300 twice a day and Essential L twice a day. After taking 15 days continue it slightly reduced to 132,84 and 50. Please tell me should I continue with these medicine or I go to consult with other Dr.
Please help me.

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Shubham Says:
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Sir,my SGPT,SGOT 135,128 Sir Bill -.79 doctor advised me..Syp liv-52 TDS,Cap Essentiale L TDS.I want to know this treatment is enough for me or should I take udliv 150 or 300. please help me

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Raj Says:
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I'm taking Udiliv 150 for last 2 weeks because my sgpt n sgot were high. But from the first day a new problem started running and stuffed nose.
please tell me if I should continue this drug.

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monti Says:
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Respected Dr. please tell me correct medicine according to my report as
Hb 14
Sgpt 65
Sgot 60
Billurbin 2.5
Hepatitis negative
Sugar random 95

Dr i feel slight itching on upper body part and weakness.

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Antony Says:

My Dr advised me to take Udiliv 150 twice a day for 10 days to dissolve gall bladder stone. Is it enough to recover from the disease? Pls let me know. {edited for privacy}.

Now I have Nabi two side pain feel under abdomen. What is this disease?

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bangari Says:
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Sir,i have been diagnosed as hbsag positive doctor advised me to take udiliv 10mg twice daily is this medication is correct and useful i want to know and is my condition is curable

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khankamal Says:

i am suffering from severe acidity problem from almost 4 years and whenever a miss a single dose of any dsr tablets problem arises

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Alok Says:
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After ulra sound of my whole abdomen it is found that my liver is normal in size with bright parenchymal echotexture. Remaining all other things are normal. And impression is: GRADE II FATTY LIVER. And regarding LFT: Total bilirubin-.34mg/DL. Alkaline Phosphatase-56U/L. SGPT:74U/L. SGOT-101U/L. GGT-37U/L. total Protein:6.4mg/DL. My Cholesterol-164 mg/DL. Triglycerides-291mg/DL. I have been suffering from abdomen pain also. Sometimes I also feel vomiting. Last year I have also same problem . Then doctor advised me to take LIBRAX, V.BAT DS & UDILIV 300MG.Should I continue with these medicine now. I am 38 yrs old.

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Antony Says:

Dr suggested me tlo take Udiliv 150 twice a day for one month against GB stone, 4 mm sizes and fatty liver, Kindly let me know whether this correct medicine to completely cure. Pls advise me doctor. Also I have constipation and mild prostate gland problem.

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Minu Says:
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What is role of UDILIVE in infection of liver

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safd Says:

u have use that medication for 3 months and check lft

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Moni Says:
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My sgot is 29, Ast 41 and Alt is 32. According to ultrasound I am a patient of Cirroces. What is the status of my liver please?

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nazir kamboj Says:
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I am a RMP doctor.If your lft is abnormal,you use analiv 500 mg.

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vinod Says:

my SGPT/ALT is 105, SGOT/AST/159, GGPT 63, Total Bilirubin 188. Dr.Suggested me for Uidliv-300 twice in a day. Can I get proper result.

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