symptoms of jaundice
Jaundice is a disease that occurs due to the increase in the level of bilirubin in our body. Jaundice is known in English as Jaundice. The color of eyes, nails and skin of a person suffering from jaundice starts turning yellow. If jaundice is not controlled on time, it can lead to serious problems later on.
Early symptoms of jaundice are not known early
In most cases of jaundice, the patients do not come to know about its symptoms early and by the time a sufferer comes to know about it, it is too late. In such a situation, NewsNCR has an exclusive conversation with Dr. Mahesh Gupta of Dharamshila Narayana Superspeciality Hospital to bring maximum information about Jaundice to its readers and viewers.
Jaundice occurs due to liver and blood diseases
Dr. Mahesh Gupta told that there are some diseases related to liver and blood, due to which the amount of bilirubin (a kind of waste product) in our body increases. When the amount of bilirubin present in the body increases and then gradually it starts accumulating in different parts. When it starts accumulating in the body and is not able to come out, then the patient’s body turns yellow.
Hepatitis has the biggest role in jaundice
Dr. Gupta told that many diseases like hepatitis are behind the jaundice. He told that when jaundice starts after infection in the liver, it is already two to three weeks. Apart from this, jaundice can also be recognized at the beginning of its birth. Its initial symptoms are mild fever, loss of appetite, feeling like vomiting, inability to eat, mild pain in stomach, lethargy, weakness etc.
These symptoms should not be ignored
Dr. Mahesh told that as soon as jaundice starts, these symptoms start decreasing. Then after some time jaundice starts increasing. He told that if jaundice is recognized in the early stages, then it can be cured with simple medicines. If you also face any such symptoms, then it should not be ignored at all and consult a doctor immediately.
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