I had been through(or maybe I am being through) jaundice recently.. A few days back my doctor told me to do a sgpt and sgot test.. He checked the results and said that I am completely fine now and can eat the regular foods .. My problem is that I still get deep coloured urine and light coloured stools.. What should I do.. Can I start eating regular foods or should I still eat the food for patients? And pls also let me know why I am getting deep coloured urine and light coloured stools... Thnx
Checked with the doctor after urine test he certified it as Jaundice
Attached the report.Please advice
Hi doctor, since last night I am feeling uneasiness. Today morning a couple of times I felt some irritation/uneasiness in the upper part of stomach and had a bit of sweating too. Please help.
How to gain weight naturally when you have high metabolism rate? I am 26 year old girl but I am underweight. My haemoglobin level when last checked was 13 and BP was 120/80. No thyroid found when checked last time and all the other tests were also fine. I am thin since the age of 9-10 years and not been able to gain weight despite eating 4 times a day. My daily food consists mostly of carbohydrates since I eat rice twice a day along with good amount of proteins like rajma, beans etc. I also take fruit juice almost 4-5 days a week and sometimes fruits. I have tried eating dry fruits and peanut butter as well to increase weight but its of no use to me. Can you please suggest something so that I can gain weight fast.
I have been cycling regularly for about 2 months now. And playing tennis too, though never over stretching at any time, due to an ACL reconstruction done in the past. Today while playing tennis, all of a sudden I felt a crick/tear sensation in my left calf with sudden acute pain.
I did immediately attend to it with an ice pack and rest. There seems to be no internal bleeding or change of color in affected area of the calf.
Is it only a muscle pull/strain or do u suspect a muscle rupture.
Generally what is the recovery period for a strained muscle and a ruptured muscle.