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high bilirubin
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My mom received 2 doses of kadcyla. However her bilirubin count shot up to 2.98 & is unable to continue the treatment. Can u help? ## From what I've read, bilirubin is a yellowish pigment found in bile (a fluid made by the liver). Apparently, it is normal to have some bilirubin in your blood. However, normal levels are reportedly in the range of 0.3 to 1.9 mg/dL The article below discusses various tests that are done to measure the amount of bilirubin in the blood (and what it means to have high levels of it): In some patients, different types of cancer medication (such as kadcyla) could just end up doing more harm than good. So I would probably look at it as a good thing and not get discouraged by the discontinuation of the drug. ... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Kadcyla.
Sat, Aug 26 '17, 12:08 PM
Bilirubin is low
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Med for bilirubin that is low what causes this ## Hello, Mary! How are you? As reported by the NIH, low bilirubin may be caused by several different things, including excessive vitamin C, taking some medications; like phenobarbital, large amounts of caffeine, seasonal depression, coronary artery disease and end state kidney disease. However, if there are no other symptoms involved designating a possibly serious condition, most doctors don't worry about and don't treat it. It tends to be self-limiting, especially if you take pro-active steps, such as lowering your caffeine intake, keep your vitamin C intake to no more than the usual RDA and quit smoking, if you smoke cigarettes. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Phenobarbital.
Thu, Dec 17 '15, 3:48 PM
Bilirubin results
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Recent blood work reveal my bilirubin was off what does this mean? Results were low 0.2 Also absolute lymph was 4.20 high Vitamin D was low 14.3 Tx 2 tab q day x 4 days 1.25 Can you tell me do I need too have any concerns ## Hello, Mary! How are you? Generally, low bilirubin isn't a concern, most doctors don't even treat it, because there are so many different things that can cause it. Unless it accompanies other symptoms that may point to there being some other health issue going on, then it's nothing to be concerned about, as reported by the NIH. The elevate lymphocytes can be due to anything from an infection to more serious conditions, such as cancer. In most such situations, a doctor will recheck these values a few more times, a few weeks to a month apart each, to see i... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Vitamins & Supplements.
Sat, Dec 19 '15, 3:29 PM
liver issue - high bilirubin
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I am 28 years old and for a long time i have had problems with my eye. It always looks yellow and my urine is yellow but when i drink more water they both become normal. So I went to lot of doctors in london and they have also done all my evaluations including ultrasound, LFT, Hipatitus, but they treat nothing. Now my issue is never my skin being yellow nor do I feel any pain in my abdomen; no illness. I eat good, no weakness, a little fatigued, but my bilirubin is normally high in all diagnostics. No hepatitis was detected either. So is it symptoms of Gilber's Syndrome or hemoplytic anemia? Please advise me regarding what this is and how i can treat it? ...
Updated 7 months ago in Anemia.
Fri, Mar 10 '17, 10:28 AM
how to reduce bilirubin blood
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My bilirubin level in the blood is to bring down bilirubin in the blood to Reduce swelling in foot. ...
Updated 1 year ago.
Sat, Mar 12 '16, 10:39 AM
Treatment for high level of bilirubin
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My bilirubin level is 5.10 and SGOT is 1740 and SGPT is 1070. What type of treatment should I utilize for immediate recovery? ...
Updated 3 months ago in Urinary System.
Fri, Jun 23 '17, 3:45 AM
how to reduce bilirubin and alkaline phosphatase
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Total bilirubin - 33.46 Dirict bilirubin - 7.37 Indurect bilirubin - 26.09 Alkaline phosphatae - 358 My ultrasounds are all normal. Can I take godex medicine? ...
Updated 10 months ago.
Tue, Nov 22 '16, 1:36 AM
lft functional problem
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My cholesterol is 232, bilirubin, direct, indirect-0.68,0.27,0.41- sgot-95, sgpt-238, ggt (gamma gt)-126. This is my lab report. Please suggest a good medicine to help normalize my levels. ...
Updated 1 year ago.
Sun, Jun 12 '16, 1:49 AM
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Why wysolone is given to a person whose haemoglobin is 5 and bilirubin is 4 point ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Tue, Jun 03 '14, 12:39 AM
abnormal lft report
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Hi, I recently got my blood tests done, including lft my bilirubin direct, indirect, total and sgot are normal but only sgpt is high at 72 iu/l. Why it is like that? for your kind reference my cholesterol total, triglycerides, hdl ratio is high whereas my cholesterol hdl direct is low. Can u please suggest why there is so many discrepancies in my report. Would b very thankful. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Cholesterol.
Mon, Apr 14 '14, 5:00 PM
Hydrocodone Apap 5mg 500mg long term side affects
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Can medication listed in title cause liver ( Bilirubin) increases? My Bilirubin labs have been coming back at at 1.6-1.9. Can it be harmful in the long run? ## The APAP is medication speak for Acetaminophen and it is very well known that long-term use of it can have detrimental effects on the liver. Have you spoken to your doctor about it? If you require a narcotic analgesic, you may need to switch to something that doesn't have the Acetaminophen in it. ## Get off that crap. Acetaminophen will destroy ur liver. ir getting 5 mg hydro & 500 acetaminophen. They make percocets in low doses and with no acetaminophen. It is in the oxycodone family...but it is usually not teamed with acetaminophen ...
Updated 1 year ago in Hydrocodone.
Sat, Jan 02 '16, 3:52 AM
Advice for Medicine
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I m 27 years old. My lipid profile is: Cholesterol 284:TG 483:VLDL 66 : HDL 135. LFT: Bilirubin's /3.3 Alk Phosphate 484 SGOT& SGPT 135& 90.What medicines. ## I'm 30 years old my sgot is 120 and my sgpt is 305. what medicine do I take ## I'm 30 years old my sgot is 120 and my sgpt is 305 what medicine do I take ...
Updated 1 year ago in Cholesterol.
Wed, Jan 06 '16, 1:46 AM
Udiliv Tab
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i would like to know the side effects of udiliv tab my SGOT is 385U/L and SGPT is1240U/L and serum bilirubin is 13.96 ## kindly tell me why my alkaline phosphate isincreasing ?Isit iam on udiliv 300mg bd .which was started after my RFA.LFT is getting deranged after this procedure,also iam on tasb denorm 40mg (glcalzide)especially alp,and alt.KINDLY SUGEST ME,thankyou. ## Udiliv contains the active ingredient Ursodiol, which is a bile acid, it is most commonly used to treat some liver problems and gall stones. Common side effects may include: nausea, body aches, chills and back pain. Learn more: Wilma, have you discussed he problem with your doctor to determine a possible cause? They would be the best person to advise you in this situation, since they are familiar with everything you... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Ursodiol.
Sat, Apr 30 '16, 9:32 AM
lever problem
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my SGOT is 44.4IU/L please suggests me how many days we are takeing Tab udilive 300.And my Serum Bilirubin is 0.4 mg it is normal ranage and SGPT is 32.8Iu/L is it normal range and serum Alkaline phosphates is 208.07Iu/L is also normal ranage, ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Mon, May 26 '14, 12:55 AM
Udiliv 600
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I have grade 2 fatty liver changes with slight occasional pain in right upper abdomen - my SGPT is 45 - bilirubin etc is normal. I have borderline high cholestrol. Doctor has prescribed udiliv 600 twice a day. I wonder if its warranted as I believe Udiliv is contraindicated in liver problems. ## i have mild fatty liver infiltration and high cholesterol doctors has prescribed udiliv 600 twice a day for one month . it is possible recover after one month fatty liver problems please advised me ...
Updated 3 years ago in Cholesterol.
Thu, Feb 20 '14, 5:55 AM
telma am side effects-BP
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doctor had changed my BP tablet from losar 50 to Telama AM, after one year in my regualr annual checkup, I found Bilirubin uncongujucated increased to 6 and max is 4. it is due to tablet or drinks (2-3 time in week) ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Sat, Nov 08 '14, 2:30 AM
Koch's lymphadenitis
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My mother got Koch's Lymphadenitis and she is taking 4 AKuriT-4 tablets from last 21 days and as doctor suggested a test of Bilirubin , SGPT, Uric Acid and Alcaline Phosphates and SGPT is 54 U/L which is showing much high than normal range . Doctor has also given an antibiotic as she is getting fever three times a day and temparature reaches above 100 and once above 101 degree Fahrenheit .Doctor has also given an antibiotic for 15 days. I need some suggessions about her medications and diet . Though doctor is checking her , But please till give me some suggessions .And also let me know is it dangerous or curable fully and what kind of side effects she may get ...
Updated 5 years ago.
Sun, May 20 '12, 10:43 AM
when to take udiliv 300 medicine
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Hi my self harsh .i have joindis in last 3 month & my weight is very down above 14 kg .before three months my test report is liver 185mm & bilirubin 3.9 .but my last reprt result is bilirubin us 2.45 .my doctor suggest pantop 40 .zevit.udilive 300 mg i take 45 days.but after that i will droped this medicine.but present time Can i take those medicine plz suggest me ## Can you please suggest me second medicine for reducing GGT level as i taking Udiliv 150 ## Do you seriously think an online doctor whom you have never met can give you better advice than your own doctor who has seen your physical condition and your reports?? ...
Updated 5 months ago.
Sat, May 13 '17, 9:17 PM
evion 400 liver
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I have a cirrhotic liver with fibrosis 8.5kpa...Doctor have advised one Evion 400 every day...I am also taking Tenofovir...My HBVDNA is neg,my Lft report is-albumin-4.05,Sgpt-43,Sgot-39,direct bilirubin-0.33.....How Evion 400 is helpful for me? ## Hello, Subhankar! How are you? To be honest, I'm not sure. Did you ask your doctor? Evion is a vitamin E supplement, so he may just have prescribed it to support your health. The only known side effect listed by the FDA is nausea due to its potency. ## Hi,is 8.5kpa fibrosis in liver suggests that the liver is cirrhotic??what is the minimum range for the liver to be cirrhotic in fibroscan?? ...
Updated 10 months ago in Albumin.
Sat, Nov 19 '16, 10:01 PM
Pantop Hp - Jaundice
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I'd taken the 14 day course of Pantop HP kit. After 10 days i'd symptoms of extreme weakness and headache. I'd started vomiting on the 13th day and next day i was diagnosed with jaundice...bilirubin count 4.1 mg/dl, SGTP 487. Nine months have passed and now my counts is Biliruben 1.8 , SGPT 41. Could the dosage of amoxicillin caused jaundice? . Please advise any meds that would gets my counts to normal.(Diet is strict... no proteint, no fats intake) ...
Updated 5 years ago in Amoxicillin.
Mon, Jul 02 '12, 10:56 AM

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