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Liver dysfunction manifested by one of the following would be my considerations: biliary cirrhosis, gallbladder disease, hepatitis, and liver...
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You should call your pediatrician. The two things (jaundice and blood in the stool) could be unrelated, but any time a newborn exhibits unexpected...
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The best way to get an uncontaminated urine specimen from a child is with urinary catherization. Getting accurate results from using a bag over the...
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If you do have a jaundice (a yellowing of the skin and the whites of your eyes), then it is not likely from a stomach infection....especially one...
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there is a definite problem , maybe bleeding/and or severe anemia
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Hi Unless you g/f has some real bad disease, you OK urine is sterile, some people even drink there own.Your urine smelling strong could be from not...
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Hepatitis (many different types). Gall bladder disease. Pancreatic disorders. Mononuclesis. Alcoholism. Cancers.  Virtually any type of liver...
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Jaundice is a yellowing of the skin and whites of the eyes that occurs when levels of the pigment bilirubin are abnormally high. This may occur when...
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Often, physiologic jaundice (yellowing of the skin) -- the type seen in most newborns -- does not require treatment. It will typically disappear in a...
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Increased production of bilirubinThere are several uncommon conditions that give rise to overproduction of bilirubin. The bilirubin in the blood in...
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Jaundice is not a disease, but rather is a sign that can occur in many different diseases. Jaundice is the yellowish staining of the skin and sclerae...
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Bilirubin comes from red blood cells. When red blood cells get old, they are destroyed. Hemoglobin, the iron-containing chemical in red blood cells...
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Neonatal jaundice is jaundice that begins within the first few days after birth. (Jaundice that is present at the time of birth suggests a more...
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Jaundice or cholestasis, by themselves, cause few problems (except in the newborn, and jaundice in the newborn is different than most other types of...
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