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Dear dr, I m currently suffering from jaundice 6.5 mg /dl where conjugated bilirubin is 1.7 mg /dl and unconjugated is 4.8 which adds up to 6.5 with no symptoms is it gilbert syndrome doctor I was attacked with typhoid on November which cured after taking subsequent medicines but total bilirubin is defy cure why what to do doctor to get cured completely Im in stress for a job seriously and my father is also very ill how to reduce stress doctor I had consulted two general physicians and two gastroenterologists who had given many tests including ERCP and functional insertion endoscopy I fear to do endoscope as O fear to have further infections and complications then what is the cure for it and how now Im under homeopathy he told me to reduce stress but how when situation is not in my favour any more does gilbert cure I have under fasting and stress for some work the what to do please give proper advice as Im in a dilemma which doctor is correct I cannot make way out of it Im tested negative hepatitis B and C then only problem is mild hepatosplenomegaly the esr and hemoglobin decreasing after every tests though ESR is increasing but hemoglobin is 10.2 what to do the pls help me out of this situation doctor please suggest some useful healthy remedy to combat ot fully plz.

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Hi! Unfortunately Gilbert's syndrome is precipitated by stress and fasting( both reasons you are suffering with) Total bilirubin 6 is not at all good as it is approaching the danger zone. But once you are free of stress it will comedown to normal levels very quick( thank god) Join yoga classes believe me it is the ultimate solution without any side effects . Also make sure you don't skip meals, if you are busy at least carry some biscuits with you but don't skip food. Please don't drink alcohol and don't smoke( if you have any) Your health is in your hands so please look after yourself well. Remember practicing yoga at least for 1 hr per day will keep you calm and composed, slowly you feel less stressed and your problem will come down slowly. As there is no permanent solution for your problem in modern medicine yoga can only save you. Thank you.
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