Human Liver, Hepatitis A, Jaundice

The Human Liver 

The liver is an organ in vertebrates, including humans. It plays a major role in metabolism and has a number of functions in the body including glycogen storage, plasma protein synthesis, and drug detoxification. It also produces bile, which is important in digestion. It performs and regulates a wide variety of high-volume biochemical reactions requiring specialized tissues.

The adult human liver normally weighs between 1.3 – 3.0 kilograms, and is a soft, pinkish-brown “boomerang shaped” organ. It is the second largest organ (the largest organ being the skin) and the largest gland within the human body.

Its anatomical position in the body is immediately under the diaphragm on the right side of the upper abdomen. The liver lies on the right of the stomach and makes a kind of bed for the gallbladder (which stores bile).

The liver is among the few internal human organs capable of natural regeneration of lost tissue; as little as 25% of remaining liver can regenerate into a whole liver again.

Some functions of liver relating to Hepatitis:

  • The liver breaks down hemoglobin, creating metabolites that are added to bile as pigment.
  • The liver produces and excretes bile required for dissolving fats.
  • Some of the bile drains directly into the duodenum, and some is stored in the gallbladder.
  • The liver breaks down toxic substances and most medicinal products in a process called drug metabolism. This sometimes results in toxication, when the metabolite is more toxic than its precursor.
  • The liver converts ammonia to urea.

Many diseases of the liver are accompanied by jaundice caused by increased levels of bilirubin in the system. The bilirubin results from the breakup of the hemoglobin of dead red blood cells; normally, the liver removes bilirubin from the blood and excretes it through bile.


Hepatitis is a gastroenterological disease (inflammation of the liver). It is caused mainly by various viruses but also by some poisons, autoimmunity or hereditary conditions.

A number of liver function tests are available to test the proper function of the liver. These test for the presence of enzymes in blood that are normally most abundant in liver tissue, metabolites or products.

Some chronic forms of hepatitis show very few of symptoms and only present when the longstanding inflammation has led to the replacement of liver cells by connective tissue; the result is cirrhosis (liver scarring). Certain liver function tests can also indicate hepatitis.

Hepatitis A 

Hepatitis A or infectious jaundice is an enterovirus transmitted by the orofecal route, transmitted to humans through methods such as contaminated food. It causes an acute form of hepatitis and does not have a chronic stage.

The patient’s immune system makes antibodies against hepatitis A that confer immunity against future infection. A vaccine is available that will prevent infection from hepatitis A for life.

Normally, it can be spread through personal contact, consumption of raw sea food or drinking contaminated water.

Hepatitis A is transmitted fecal-orally, generally by ingesting contaminated water or food. Strict personal hygiene and the avoidance of raw and unpeeled foods can help prevent an infection.

Infected persons already begin excreting the hepatitis A virus with their stool two weeks after the appearance of the first symptoms.

The time between the infection and the start of the illness can run from 15 to 45 days, and approximately 15% of sufferers may experience relapsing symptoms from six months to a year following initial diagnosis.

Hepatitis A is caused by the Hepatitis A Virus (abbreviated HAV). Only 3 out of 4 people with Hepatitis A have symptoms. Those symptoms may include:

  • Jaundice (showing up first as yellow eyes)
  • Dark urine
  • Nausea
  • Fever
  • Fatigue
  • Loss of appetite
  • Stomach ache
  • Vomiting
  • Itchiness

Ways to prevent hepatitis A include the following:

  • Wash hands with soap and warm water before preparing or eating food, and after sexual activity.
  • Keep bathrooms clean and disinfected after every use.
  • Cook shellfish thoroughly before eating.
  • Drink water from approved sources only.
  • Use a dental dam or sheet of plastic wrap during anilingus.


There is no specific treatment for Hepatitis A. Sufferers are advised to rest, avoid alcohol, eat a well-balanced diet, and stay hydrated. Approximately 15% of people diagnosed with Hepatitis A may experience a symptomatic relapse for up to nine months after contracting the disease.

Young children who catch hepatitis A often have a milder form of the disease, usually lasting from 1-3 weeks, whereas adults tend to experience a much more severe form of the disease.

They are often confined to bed and minimal activity for about 4 weeks and have to stop their work for one to three months or longer. Many adults take up to 6-12 months and occasionally longer to recover entirely. Symptoms that may be experienced after the first month or two are low immunity: It is much easier to catch minor infections and for these infections to linger longer than they normally would.

Many people experience a slow but sure improvement, over this later period. They are generally able to function fairly normally, still needing more sleep and reduced athletic activity. It is common for recovering patients to experience occasional “off” days, during which they need to rest more.


Jaundice is a yellowing of the skin, sclera (the white of the eyes) and mucous membranes caused by increased levels of bilirubin in the human body (or the body of another red blooded animal).

When red blood cells die, the heme in their hemoglobin is converted to bilirubin in the spleen and in the hepatocytes in the liver. The bilirubin is processed by the liver, enters bile and is eventually excreted through feces.

Consequently, there are three different classes of causes for jaundice. Pre-hepatic or hemolytic causes, where too many red blood cells are broken down, hepatic causes where the processing of bilirubin in the liver does not function correctly, and post-hepatic or extrahepatic causes, where the removal of bile is disturbed.

Hepatic causes include acute hepatitis, hepatotoxicity and alcoholic liver disease, whereby cell necrosis reduces the liver’s ability to metabolise and excrete bilirubin leading to a build up in the blood.

Jaundice seen in the newborn, known as neonatal jaudice, is common, occuring in almost every newborn as hepatic machinery for the conjugation and excretion of bilirubin does not fully mature until approximately two weeks of age.


27 September 2006. Health.


  1. wayne replied:

    well my girlfriend is in her bed now as we speak and one day coming home from work she felt ill and had to go to the doctors the doctor put her to hospital and done tests on her to find out what is wrong and the rusults came back as her liver is not working properley
    and she found out this while in hospital now that she is out of hospital shes allways tired and expierences bad headachs please help me to understand as i am so upset i cant cope ,, when she sleeps then she has energy and then when she stands up she can only do it for 20 mins and then its back to bed ,please help me

  2. LinDa replied:

    Hi wayne, I’m not a doctor myself so I can’t give you much proper advice.

    Has the doctor done a blood test and liver scan? If the liver is not functioning properly, much can be tell by a blood test and a liver scan to determine what’s wrong.

    There are many reasons which you can find from wikipedia under liver. Just google/yahoo on it.

    I did feel extremely unwell and was practically sleeping all the way in the first week.

    Its been about 6 weeks and I’m feeling all right now. My case is just Hepatitis A which is the least worrying of all liver infections.

    Please get your girlfriend to seek a specialist advice if the doctors in the hospital cannot detect the abnormality.

    Best regards!

    • siddesh replied:

      Yes i think liver test and blood test will tell you the source of problem.So this test should be happen.Just consult the doctor and take advice and request him for second opinion about this testes.As his permission would required to perform this test.

  3. Jaya replied:


    My hubby has been detected with Hepatitis A,what do you suggest as his best way of getting it away.

  4. LinDa replied:

    hi, if its being diagnosed, there is no getting it away. i’ve done research online when i caught it and it all says rest is the best way. don’t over exert. its only real terrible during the first 2 weeks. after that, its less torturous as you just feel lethargic most of the time, hard to concentrate, weak, poor appetite. but the jaundice can be a bit more tricky as it made me feel real itchy all over now and then. most important is still rest as liver is self-healing, there is no medicine for it. take care!

  5. myra replied:

    hi Linda! don’t worry, i dont have any liver infection problems to ask about. i just want you to know that ur blog on hepatitis A helped a lot in doing our research. I am a 3rd yr. pharmacy student and we will be reporting about that topic later this month. thanks to you. be healthy always!=)

  6. LinDa replied:

    hi myra, student from singapore? i’m glad to be of help! 🙂

  7. sokhor replied:

    I want to know the function of the human liver.
    From Rov Sokhor,second year of medicine universety of Cambodia.

  8. LinDa replied:

    Just wikipedia on it. Lots of information there! 🙂

  9. ina replied:

    Your blog was a godsend! Excellent information. My 16 year old son was diagnosed with Hepatitis A 8 days ago.
    At first he had no appetite but now he’s starting
    to get it back. Can you suggest a good diet during
    this early period? Is it alright to give him meat,chicken and fish?

    Thanks and all the best from Cairo!

    • Ravi Kumar replied:

      As your son is now 16 years old, If he has Hepatitis A now, Please advise him to follow a strict diet atleast for 6 months to cure the infected liver completely. Eat lots of different types of fruits and vegetables. Drink well made Sugarcane juice,mosambi juice. Drink a small cup of lime juice everyday in the morning as it is very helpful for jaundies peoples. U can have it with honey also. Please dont give him meat as it contains fat and its hard to digest. Be in rest for 4-6 weeks. Dont do any physical activity. Give your liver a complete rest. But plsssssssss I will tell you, avoid eating oily and fried foods. Use hygenic foods only. Boil and eat. Boil the water and drink. Avoid outside foods completely. Dont eat spicy foods. If you follow this diet strictly for next 6 months. U will be completely normal. Hepatitis A is not at all a dangerous one. It can be cured by itself. But it takes time

  10. LinDa replied:

    I think its meat, chicken and fish is fine. Just have small portions of the food.

  11. Xecutioner replied:

    Hi all !!!
    I suffered from Jaundice twice in two years . Last time I was diagnosed with HEV or Hepatitis E . Now I suffered with HAV . So U guys can ask me anything U wanna knw coz I suffered more than I could explain . Btw got vaccinated myself with Hepatatis B . God kws why didnt I vaccinated against HAV . But get Vaccinated and stay safe thats my sincere request to all ! Two seconds of pain is better than two months of suffering !!!

    • chris replied:

      email me at please i have lots of questions

    • Mitul replied:

      Dear Friend, 
                                     I am Worried about my younger brother he is 24 and he is suffering from jaundice here below I have written his test reports can you please Guide me is anything is to worry or he will recover soon as he is arguing to join his job and the reports every time we do always goes up so me and my whole family is very worried about him please Guide me brother.

      Report 1. Date : 19-10-2015

      S.Bilirubin – Total.    : 2.09
                                   Direct  : 1.05
                                Indirect : 1.04

       S.G.P.T. : 502

      Report 2. Date : 25-10-2015

      S.Bilirubin – Total.    : 2.76
                                   Direct  : 1.80
                                Indirect : 0.96

       S.G.P.T. : 671.1

      ‎Report 3. Date : 29-10-2015

      S.Bilirubin – Total.    : 1.96
                                   Direct  : 0.90
                                Indirect : 1.06

       S.G.P.T. : 768.1

      Report 4. Date : 01-11-2015

      S.Bilirubin – Total.    : 2.73
                                   Direct  : 1.75
                                Indirect : 0.98

       S.G.P.T. : 816.5

      Waiting for your Hope..

      Thanks & Regards 
      Mitul Shah

  12. cyrus replied:

    Hi, I was wondering having fish in regular food scheduale more than normal could be harmful to liver …another words eating more fishes can cause a sort of disorder to liver ?

  13. cyrus replied:

    I hereby need to declare that Im a healthy and atheletic person and have no illness sindrom at all.

  14. LinDa replied:

    hi, honestly i have no idea. not doctor. 🙂

  15. chendu replied:

    What is the diet to be followed by the person suffering from jaundice?

  16. LinDa replied:

    Just Wikipedia it. Lots of information there!

  17. Ramjesh replied:

    Hello all,
    My spouse couple was affected with a sort of jaundice. We are still in the process of doing blood test. He has all the symptoms that describs for Jaundice. But waiting for the blood test results. Mean while I would like to know whether I will be also get affected to this decease when am beside him. Like while eating sleeping and all other times.

  18. LinDa replied:

    Hi, I don’t think jaundice is transmittable but best if you can google or wikipedia on it. Take care!

  19. rahul vasu replied:

    hi, im rahul from india and i got jaundice on 19th july 2008 and its one month over now when it will take to recover for jaundice and how many days???

  20. LinDa replied:

    i really don’t know. trying wikipedia-ing. take care..

  21. Paddy replied:

    IT was very nice to get so much of information about the Small Word Jaundice….. i was affected it with the same a month back …..i was just wondering …. that y exactly a patient is advised to take rest ….i can understand with the initial stage ….but after a month . i think he should get back to a normal ..routine …if u have any Idea ..plz do mail me up abt the same ….w8ing for ur reply …..

    thanks for the info ….and best luck for the future ..and another please keep doing such good things …so thats useful for the people like us ….thanks a lot ….

  22. G.p replied:

    jaundice is a symptom and not a dissease it my be either hepatitis ABCDE or gall stone or obstructive jaunice any way u have to make a blood profile markers on sgot sgpt bilirubin and all hepatitis markers and make ultrasound to detect size of the liver ,and about hav no treatmeant except rest well balanced diet and little protin and oil never to be used and u have to see a doctor once weekly to be away from complication like fluminant hepatitis but in children it ay pass witout appearance of symptom

  23. branden replied:

    yes does jaundice go away on adults by its self and if so how long..

  24. sneh replied:

    hey guys
    i sort of am suffering from jaundice right now.

    but on the path of recovery. been drinking lots of water (my doctor advised 8-10 liters, yeah thats hard to reach), told me to avoid oil, spicy food,

    1st 2 weeks totally on boiled food, especially i would say take lots of RADISH and try drinking the juice of it’s leaves. it tastes really awefull but its the only way to reduce the goddamn BILIRUBIN.

    trust me drinking water doesn’t lower it. keep resting and dont go hard on ur liver.
    stay on oilfree and spicy free diet for 2-3 months to get back on track……….

    get ur blood tests for sgpt and bilirubin done to keep track…..

  25. Dinesh replied:

    Dear All,
    I am suffering from jaundice(hepatitis-A) since one month and i am recovering , Is it ok to eat chicken now.

    please reply

    • Ravi Kumar replied:

      No. Wait atleast for another 4-5 months

  26. oghogho replied:

    I lost my mum in April 2009 & the doctors said she had hepatitis/jaundice but according to your explanation its not a killer disease I don’t really understand.

  27. heillSepenoli replied:

    If you live in Weston Florida and plan on refinancing an existing mortgage or get a new mortgage beware of scam artist Tulio J. Rodriguez. This so called “Mortgage & Finance Specialist” will tell you just about anything to get your business. His group of scavengers “Real Estate Agents and Mortgage Specialists” lie through their teeth to take your money.

  28. ifra replied:

    i have been sufferng frm jaundice a mnth bak im fine nw bt recently agn my stomach aches badly as soon as i eat my food n passes stool many times a day !!! can any1 tel wts d reason

    • abdul khalique replied:

      you must consult your doctor soon.your lever is still malfunctioning.Medical tests is the best way to diagonse the actual problem.I hope that you will be 100% fit in near future.

    • Ravi Kumar replied:

      Even if you feel now that you are alright, your liver will not be alright. It takes time to completely recover the liver. Still you should be on a strict diet for 6 months after u get Jaundice. If you are not on diet, You will get these types of problems

      • Dzaster replied:

        Mr. Ravi Kumar, I really need to talk to you, really. I’ve had Jaundice a month back, and I really need to talk to you. Please do reply to this comment, I would be greatly thankful…! This post is most helpful amongst all the posts I’ve till now seen on the net..>! Please reply…!

  29. anusha replied:

    iam 17 years old. my normal body weight is 43 but after iam effected by jaundice my weight is 39. iam suffering frm jaundice frm 1 month. now i did not get my periods. every month i used 2 get my periods in time. but dis month iam late by 14days nd still i did not get my periods. can i know y. and what shud i do 2 get my periods?

  30. Ticybricy replied:

    Hi . . Ive had jaundice for about 3 weeks. Can anybody tell me when it will go away? I need to get back to work and I refuse to go looking like this.

  31. ajay replied:


  32. ajay replied:

    Hello all
    can some one help me
    I m suffreing from a jauindice since my childhood all time my eyes and urine get yellow in alopathic doctor said that the extrabilirubin in your body is waste and it have not any impact in your body but why it is generating in liver doctor did not said
    in My last test report my Bilirubin was showing 5.8 and SGPT 38
    Even I have no problem with that but all time my eyes and urin get yellow this thing keep me sepreate from normal human being
    I want to get rid of that please suggest me the best doctor or treatment

    if some one has seen such cases is cureable then please reply

    Ajay Rayal

    • Anoop Moham replied:

      Hi Ajay plz consult the doc plz undergo bood test for hbsag if this is positive what ever symptoms you have now should be true till you end plz take care don’t neglect your health

  33. Dzaster replied:

    I had jaundice one month ago…There were no symptoms except I could not walk because it felt like I was straining on my abdomen. The bilirubin was 1.59 and the doctor said it’s the starting of Jaundice with a little inflammation. Now, can I eat the following foods? Bananas, Milk, Apples, Raddish, Chicken, Pulses, Groundnut, Honey, Almonds? Also, since then my stools are very soft, not as hard as I had before the disease. When I eat anything unsuitable, then they get even softer..Please, please, do reply to this post and share any information that you think might help me….Please, please, I need advice…! This is a really great post…I would really appreciate any suggestions…! Please help and you can mail me at I would really be greatful for any help…! Thanks in advance..!

  34. lucy replied:

    very helpful

  35. shrudi replied:

    hi… i have jaundice since almost 2 months… n my sgpt levels are not still normal… its 106… moreover i even have renal calculi since a month… and i m just 16…. so what should i do to recover?? please reply!

  36. conelson replied:

    Pls i have heppatitis A according to d doctor.i don’t eat very well bcos so many people have been telling me not to eat this not to eat that,i don’t know what to do.i was told not to eat any oily food,protienious food,fried food,any thing animal apart from smoked fish or dry fish that i can’t eat fresh fish.pls advice me on what to eat and from Nigeria

  37. Rahil replied:


    I’m 22 yr male,i was contracted with jaundice 20 days ago my bilirubin count was 4.8 at first now it has come down to 1.2, so can u suggest me the diet now?and can i have little bit oil in food or not ?and still for how many days i should follow the diet?

    • abc replied:

      little bit oil in food is ok…infact it is needed.. so dont completly stop ur oil intake..but u need to avoid oily food like chips etc almost for 6 months…drink lot of water…even have some sugarcane juice everyday…good luck!! get well soon!!

    • Terrance replied:

      Same as my wyf but the doctor says go to e scan e report is there is more water in the pelvis

  38. bhavesh replied:

    hi ..
    i have been suffering from hep A and have yellowness in the whites of my eye. My symptoms are only dizziness and the rest is fine. i am on a boiled food diet from last few days . would anyone please tell me for how many days do i need to continue on this diet ?
    Also i work in food and handling and have taken time off work , when can i start work again ? please help if anyone has been through the same situation. thank you so much ..

  39. virender singh replied:

    i am suffering frm mild jaundice from 10 days,my symptoms are mild fever and tiredness.I want to know that how much time fever will take to completly go and professionaly i am a sportsman so what type of activties should i go for now.please do reply soon..

  40. vignesh wara replied:

    hi my name is vignesh I m having hepatitis a ……how long ll it take to cure

  41. vignesh wara replied:

    hi I am hepatitis a and I m having bilirubin count of11.6 is it curable ….pls help me with what foods to eat

  42. vignesh wara replied:

    i m having bilirubin count of11.6 is it curable ….

  43. Mis Khinda replied:


    M havin HAV 4 abt wik now. My symptons were nt havin apetite, vomiting, dyreah, itching, yellow eyes n skin, i was even vomiting when i smell any perfum or fried food, filin deasy, being moody n dark urine.

    One day my legs couldn’t move, my eyes a bit going blind, mmhe*laughing* i remember prayin ,”m nt going blind in the name of Jesus nd m nt criple i m walking in the name of Jesus”

    My doctor adviced me nt 2 eat fats food, animal food, no spicy food and any yellow food e.g orange,eggs etc. I must only eat boiled food and drink lots of boiled water plus i must have a bed rest.

    And the more i drink water i get better 4 a liver it heals it’self.

    Now my question is, is it ok 2 sleep with my five year old son coz he wants to nd i heared dat HAV is transfereble, wont he get infected? Plz help!

  44. manjusha.bonam replied:

    i suffered from jaundice 6 months ago..I followed diet prefferd now I wanted to eat chicken but here the problem is i suffered jaundice repeatedly from 2 years with a gap of 1 year..I sufferd in 2010 again in 2012..can u plz suggest whether i can eat chicken

  45. kunal replied:

    i had hav a month back…i am absolutely fine now…only the ithching is still there…i dnt feel tired or weak..i am eating everything.fried,boiled,chicken,fish,etc, biluruben level was 27 on 3rd nov 2012..i am just fine..cause the doc told me the only way to get better was to eat…in the beginning i used to puke out everything i ate.but that did not stop me..i put on 12 kgs in the last month..i feel fit as a guys,remember…dnt think about the disease,,dnt worry about it..just live a normal life..thats the only way to recover…and yes have whey protein as it help you repair your liver..

  46. vir replied:

    hi! i m vir.
    i would like to know what is the dangerous level of jaundice? i got my sgpt ,and blood test done it shows TOTAL BILIRUBIN 12.70,WHEREAS DIRECT BILIRUBIN-9.84 AND SGPT(ALT)-3153.5,I know its high but am i sitting on volcano??and well how to recover quickly?

  47. vishnu replied:

    im suffering from jaundice last 9 months how i knw wht i got hepatitisA, hepatitisB, and hepatitis C..

  48. E.A.Mahdi replied:

    I’m 40 years female
    I suffered from hepatitis A 8 months ago,although I’d recovered but still have days of hard fatigue accompanied with increased yellowness of sclera and skin,is this normal,why it happens
    My blood tests came out normal after 3 monthes from the start of infection
    Thank you

  49. ปวดหลัง replied:

    These conditions are primarily inflammatory in nature, which can cause ESR levels
    to be inaccurate. Most of the doctors usually ask the patient to do an X-ray so
    that they could determine the cause of the pain and advise
    an appropriate medicine for it. This will give tremendous relief to your back and prevent aches
    and pains in the back from occurring.

  50. ajay kumar replied:

    Please help me out!
    I’m a patients of jaundice with hepatitis E and admitted in hospital for 6 days treatments then after I was discharged. Now 4 weeks gone I have facing problem regarding to the yellowish of body and eye and itching hole of my body but there is no fever, headache, abnormal pain and liver pain. How many days it should be take to clear the yellowish bilirubin from body and I’m maintenance the deit as per the jaundice patient.
    Recently I done lft.. here is report – direct bilirubin -19.05, total bilirubin – 26.3. Please give me a suggestions.

  51. sera replied:

    Hi can you give me a proper diet for my hubby he is 61yr and got hepatitis A and jaundice for 33 days now and he lost a lot of weight

  52. RENIKJOHN replied:


  53. Binoy replied:

    hi. iI suffer from sickle cell anaemia and ny bilirubin level is always around 3 mg/dL. I dont eat meat etc and spicy food. My eyes are yellow and I wish to know if there is any chance of correcting my eye colour back to white?

  54. Rajeev Arora replied:

    hi ; i am suffering from jaundice for last 15 months its varying in between 1.5 to 3.0 ; current its 2.2. and i am avoiding oil ; turmeric powder ; red chilli ; tea ; coffee and lots more thing. but still its not going. i am very much tensed about it. what should i do to recover from it properly.
    your advice will be helpful to me.

    you can mail me also at :
    but plzz mention in subject “About Jaundice”.


  55. Mitul replied:

    Dear Friend, 
                                   I am Worried about my younger brother he is 24 and he is suffering from jaundice here below I have written his test reports can you please Guide me is anything is to worry or he will recover soon as he is arguing to join his job and the reports every time we do always goes up so me and my whole family is very worried about him please Guide me brother.

    Report 1. Date : 19-10-2015

    S.Bilirubin – Total.    : 2.09
                                 Direct  : 1.05
                              Indirect : 1.04

     S.G.P.T. : 502

    Report 2. Date : 25-10-2015

    S.Bilirubin – Total.    : 2.76
                                 Direct  : 1.80
                              Indirect : 0.96

     S.G.P.T. : 671.1

    ‎Report 3. Date : 29-10-2015

    S.Bilirubin – Total.    : 1.96
                                 Direct  : 0.90
                              Indirect : 1.06

     S.G.P.T. : 768.1

    Report 4. Date : 01-11-2015

    S.Bilirubin – Total.    : 2.73
                                 Direct  : 1.75
                              Indirect : 0.98

     S.G.P.T. : 816.5

    Waiting for your Hope..

    Thanks & Regards 
    Mitul Shah

  56. sweety replied:

    hi, i have jaundice last 2 months,my total billirubbin counted 2.2, and i have avoid oily food only 2 weeks, then it was decreased and after then i was started eat steamed fish 2 or 3 times, is it effected me??? plz tell me. and i feel still weakness. so when will be i recovered completely??? plz tell.

  57. saikiran replied:

    Hi, i have jaundice last 2 months,my total billirubbin counted highest 4.5.and now i am ok taking healthy food,
    and now i have question can we take beer after jaundice was cured is it safe or not .plz reply

  58. Shivani Goswami replied:

    Hi, my friend was suffering from jaundice but after 4 weeks he was all ok and fit but suddenly in the 6th week he was caught with fever and when we got his test done his SGPT is again 2500. please help me to know what is this any why is this happening


  59. Alisarwar replied:

    Now my bullibrin is 2.1 now can i eat food like daily basis?

  60. touka replied:

    My husband is currently suffering from jaundice. can it be caused by less intake of water? Let me know as soon as possible

    • kiazi replied:

      not realy.first u have to knw the type of hepatetis.some are caused by anal sex.some. by eating dirty get tested.avoid doing sex cos u will infected too.when u knw he has it ,let me knw and i will advise on what to do.

  61. bredeson1 replied:

    I am now Hepatitis b Negative (-) all thanks to MED LAB. Contact this great MED LAB CENTRE, Email: medlab36@gmailcom

  62. Kristal Ford replied:

    I was diagnosed of hepatitis in 2012 and I have tried all possible means to get cure but all to no avail, until i saw a post in a health forum about a herbal doctor from South Africa who prepare herbal medicine to cure all kind of diseases including hepatitis b virus, at first i doubted if it was real but decided to give it a try, when i contact this herbal doctor via his email, he prepared a herbal medicine and sent it to me via courier service, when i received this herbal medicine, he gave me step by instructions on how to apply it, when i applied it as instructed, i was cured of this deadly virus within 18-20 days of usage, I am now free from the virus, i was tasted negative. Contact this great herbal doctor via his email drlusandaherbal(at)gmail(dot)com or website on www(dot)drlusandaherbals(dot)weebly(dot)com Goodluck

  63. Paul Scoban replied:

    Appreciation is the key to doing more that is why I have took some time out to thank some one who cured me of my 2 years HEPATITIS B problem. It became a major problem to me as it was affecting my marital life and I was no longer comfortable so I decided to look for a solution and I came across a post of Dr willaims and how he has been helping people of the same problem I contacted him and told him all I have been facing in my life. He told me how to get his product and how to take it after every thing I find out that all was now okay with me and that my HEPATITIS B problem was gone that is why I have come out today to say thank you to him . his email address

  64. Marian Stephen replied:

    I have been following this blog for a while now and today i decided to share my tinnitus story to encourage someone out there. I suffered from terrible tinnitus for 9 years after a constant exposure to loud noise. These noise sounded like a car horn in my right ear and grew worse at night when everywhere was calm and quiet, i lacked sleep and this ruined my psychological life. I had no idea the sound was damaging my hearing until it was too late and i had partial deafness, i had a constant ringing in my ear which always makes me feel like taking my own life. I tried so many drugs even B-vitamin supplements, especially B-5, visited so many audiologist, mnemonics and all was to no avail. I have not seen my ex for a long while and when we bumped into each other she knew i was not okay and i had to tell her all i was facing. She felt so sad but told me there is a cure which let me in amazement. That was when she told me about Dr. lewishill herbal medicine which gives a permanent relief to tinnitus symptoms and cures it. Lord know i needed help so i got the medicine and used it, that was when i met a breakthrough, i am perfectly okay now and i sleep calm without any stress and i hear clearly now. You too can get cured just contact him on (drlewishill247@gmail. com) for advise and how to get the medicine. Thanks

  65. Kabir Singh replied:

    Hello I am 16 yrs old and i want U to read this all plzz I am suffering from Jaundice and Hepatits A from about 2 months . My bilrubin at the starting was 3 then went to 11 then went to 18 and now its 25 . Its increasing and the condition is becoming worse and my INR is 1.16 and alkaline phosphate is 550 U/L . There is alot of itching (pruritus) all over the body . The whole body and eyes are extremely yellow and there is significant weight loss. My doctor have changed my medicines alot of time but for now i am only taking udiliv 300mg and atarax 25mg……Plz help me fast i am really in problem ..Thanks

  66. Aquib replied:

    im suffering from HEP A virus. My bilirubin was 10.6 and ALT SGPT was 4223. after 3months now it become Bilirubin 1.2 & SGPT 140. Now can i do my work & can eat regular diet? Im university Student kindly suggest

  67. Angela replied:

    I have been hospitalized for severe vomiting but have had as lol the symptoms listed for here off and on for six months wouldn’t they have tested me while in hospital got gallbladder test heart cause found out I have very low heart rate

  68. Poonam arora replied:

    My brother is suffering frim jaundice and now his jaundice level is 27 after all the teat recommended by the doctor.
    Just to ask why it is getting high day by day.

  69. healthy eating quotes in hindi – Instahealthylife replied:

    […] Human Liver, Hepatitis A, Jaundice, . […]

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s

Trackback URI

%d bloggers like this: