Random/occassional Right Side Abdominal Pain Over The Liver Point


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my son around 25 years of age was diagnosed positive for hepatitis b in the month of October '14. After considerable rest & mild medications of razo-d & uniliv & diet control last LFT details were as follows:

Bil rubin Total; 2.1
Bil rubin direct 0.4
Bil rubin indirect 1.7
Gamma Glutamyl Transferase 82

Under these results doctor withdrew all medicines & also suggested no need for any further tests so far. Now occasionally my son feels a random occasional pain of short duration on the right side of the abdomen perhaps above the liver point. I would like to know the cause of this pain & also suggest which medicine UDILIV (with strength) or RAZO-D would be better, safer, more accurate & faster for treating this pain. Also I would like to know the different utilities of UDILIV & RAZO-D. please reply

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