MILD JAUNDICE TREATMENT?
Apr 21, 2002
I SUFFER MILD JAUNDICE DUE TO AN ATTACK OF HEPATIS [A] YEARS BACK. I EXPERIENCE ABDOMINAL DISCOMFORT. IS THERE ANY TREATMENT AVAILABLE. TOTALLY IMPOTENT & DEPREESED. PLEASE HELP DEAR DOCTOR
Response from Dr. Young
There is no specific treatment for the jaundice caused by hepatitis A. Hepatitis A usually resolves on its own in a matter of weeks; indeed there is no antiviral treatment for acute hepatitis A.
Treatments for those suffering from acute hepatitis A infection are supportive, with focus on hydration and avoidance of drugs that are metabolized by the liver. BY
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