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2 years ago

Answer for Jaundice

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3 years ago

Answer for Jaundice

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3 years ago

Answer for Jaundice

Tomato juice: One glass of tomato juice, mixed with a pinch of salt and pepper, taken on empty stomach in the morning is a very effective home cure for jaundice.
Radish leaves: Radish leaves contain compounds which induces appetite and regularises the bowel movements. Take some radish leaves and extract juice from it, with the help of a sieve. Drink about half a litre of the extracted juice daily, in about ten days the patient should get relief from the disease.
Papaya leaves: Add one tablespoon of honey to one teaspoon of papaya leaves paste. Eat this regularly for about one or two weeks. This is a very effective home cure for jaundice.
Sugarcane: The properties in sugarcane helps in proper digestion and proper liver functioning, thereby helping the patient to recover quickly from jaundice. Take a glass of sugarcane juice and add some lime juice to this. Drink this juice twice daily for better results. Ensure to clean sugarcane properly before extracting juice from it.
Basil leaves: Take   about 10-15 basil leaves and make a paste of it. Add half a glass of freshly prepared radish juice to it. Drink this daily for about two to three weeks for better results.
Gooseberry: Gooseberry is rich in vitamin C and is a very useful in alleviating the symptoms of  jaundice.
Barley: Boil  a cup of barley water in about three litres of water and allow it to simmer for about three hours. Drink this water as frequently as possible throughout the day  for treatment of jaundice.
Lemon: The anti inflammatory property in lemon helps in treating jaundice. Lemon also unblocks the bile ducts , thereby making it the most effective home remedy for jaundice.  Squeeze the juice of 2  lemons and add it to a glass of water. Drink this minimum thrice a day , as it protects the liver cells from damage.
Pigeon peas leaves: Extract juice from pigeon pea leaves by crushing them and take at least 60ml of this juice daily  for treating jaundice. The leguminous beans of these are also very nutritive and can be added in the diet.
 
Almonds: Take about 8 kernels of almonds, two dates and five cardamoms and soak them in water.  Leave it overnight. In the morning, remove the skins and make a paste of it. Add some sugar and butter. Take this mixture several times a day.
Turmeric: Take a glass of warm water and add a pinch of turmeric to it. Mix well and drink this three or four times a day.
Snake gourd leaves: Take about 7-10 leaves and boil it in a cup of water and allow it to cool. Take 10-15 coriander seeds and boil it in half a litre of water. Mix it with the previously prepared decoction. Drink at least thrice a day for effective cure of jaundice.
Indian aloe Vera leaves: Take the pulp of the leaves of Indian aloe vera and mix it with black salt and ginger. Take this every morning for about ten days.
Beetroot and lemon: Take one cup of beetroot juice and mix with equal quantity of lemon juice and drink this   regularly for a few days for effective results.
Chicory plant: All parts of chicory plant is useful in curing  liver problems. The flowers, seeds and roots are the more common parts used. The juice of chicory help treating the  enlargement of spleen,  sluggishness of the liver  and it also promotes  healthy secretion of the bile .
Jaundice berry: Make a juice of the bark of jaundice berry and take a teaspoon  of this several times  a day  , daily.
Chamomile: Tea made of chamomile is very effective cure for jaundice and should be  at least once a day for several weeks and can be continued after cure of jaundice as a preventive measure.
Buttermilk: Take buttermilk and add roasted alum and add some black pepper and mix well and drink at least thrice a day for better results.
Banana: Crush ripe banana and add some honey and take this at least twice a day for better results.
Carrot juice: Make fresh carrot juice and drink several times a day for effective cure of jaundice and it can be included in the diet also.
Bitter luffa: Squeeze and pound bitter luffa , to extract its juice . place the juice in the palm of the hand and draw it through the nostrils. Yellow liquid will flow out the nostrils as a result of this .when the toxic matter is evacuated in considerable amount the patient will feel relieved. Seeds of bitter luffa can also be used for the same purpose.
Bael leaves: Take baels leaves and grind to make a powder. Mix it to a glass of water. Drink this once a day for effective cure of jaundice.
JAUNDICE: PREVENTIVE MEASURES
Jaundice that is caused by alcohol related liver disorder or by viral hepatitis can be prevented.
People suffering from alcoholism can prevent or reduce the risk of Jaundice by avoiding alochol. Jaundice caused by hepatitis A and B can be prevented by taking vaccination. (Hepatitis C has no vaccination as yet).
Other Jaundice underlying diseases like cirrhosis, thalassemia, hepatitis A, cholestasis are inherited or autoimmune disorders can not be prevented.
 
JAUNDICE: FOODS TO AVOID

  • Avoid spicy and fried foods.
  • Avoid junk and carbohydrate rich foods as liver needs to produce more bile to digest these foods and that may aggravate the condition.
  • Avoid alcohol, coffee and tea. Drink boiled water and avoid non-pasteurized milk.
  • Pulses and legumes should be avoided.

 
OTHER DIETARY RECCOMENDATIONS

  • Increase intake of foods rich in calcium and other minerals like iron and magnesium.
  • Vegetables and fruits should be taken in raw or steamed form.
  • Bitter gourd and drumsticks are very beneficial for jaundice patients.
  • Fruit juice fast for about one week is very effective for the patient.

3 years ago

Answer for Jaundice

Major risk factors for jaundice, particularly severe jaundice that can cause complications, include:
Premature birth. A baby born before 38 weeks may not be able to process bilirubin as quickly as full-term babies do. Also, he or she may feed less and have fewer bowel movements, resulting in less bilirubin eliminated through stool.
Significant bruising during birth. If your newborn gets bruises from the delivery, he or she may have a higher level of bilirubin from the breakdown of more red blood cells.
Blood type. If the mother’s blood type is different from her baby’s, the baby may have received antibodies through the placenta that cause his or her blood cells to break down more quickly.
Breast-feeding. Breast-fed babies, particularly those who have difficulty nursing or getting enough nutrition from breast-feeding, are at higher risk of jaundice. Dehydration or a low calorie intake may contribute to the onset of jaundice. However, because of the benefits of breast-feeding, experts still recommend it. It’s important to make sure your baby gets enough to eat and is adequately hydrated.

3 years ago

Answer for Jaundice

Causes of jaundice in newborn babies 
Jaundice is caused by too much bilirubin in the blood. This is known as hyperbilirubinaemia.
Bilirubin is a yellow substance produced when red blood cells, which carry oxygen around the body, are broken down.
The bilirubin travels in the bloodstream to the liver. The liver changes the form of the bilirubin so it can be passed out of the body in poo. 
However, if there’s too much bilirubin in the blood or the liver can’t get rid of it, excess bilirubin causes jaundice.
Jaundice in babies
Jaundice is common in newborn babies because babies have a high level of red blood cells in their blood, which are broken down and replaced frequently. 
The liver in newborn babies is also not yet fully developed, so it’s less effective at processing the bilirubin and removing it from the blood.
This means the level of bilirubin in babies can be about twice as high as in adults.
By the time a baby is around two weeks old, they’re producing less bilirubin and their liver is more effective at removing it from the body. This means the jaundice often corrects itself by this point without causing any harm.
Breastfeeding
Breastfeeding your baby can increase their chances of developing jaundice. However, there’s no need to stop breastfeeding your baby if they have jaundice as the symptoms normally pass in a few weeks. 
The benefits of breastfeeding outweigh any potential risks associated with the condition.
If your baby needs to be treated for jaundice, he or she may need extra fluids and more frequent feeds during treatment. See treating newborn jaundice for more information.
The reason why breastfed babies are more likely to develop jaundice is unclear, although a number of theories have been suggested. For example, it may be that breast milk contains certain substances that reduce the ability of the liver to process bilirubin.
Newborn jaundice thought to be linked to breastfeeding is sometimes called breast milk jaundice.
Underlying health conditions
In some cases, jaundice may be the result of another health problem. This is sometimes called pathological jaundice.
Some causes of pathological jaundice include:

  • hypothyroidism – where the thyroid gland doesn’t produce enough hormones 
  • blood group incompatibility – when the mother and baby have different blood types, and these are mixed during the pregnancy or the birth 
  • rhesus factor disease – a condition that can occur if the mother has rhesus-negative blood and the baby has rhesus-positive blood 
  • a urinary tract infection
  • Crigler-Najjar syndrome – an inherited condition that affects the enzyme responsible for processing bilirubin 
  • a blockage or problem in the bile ducts and gallbladder – these create and transport bile, a fluid used to help digest fatty foods 

An inherited enzyme deficiency known as glucose 6 phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) could also lead to jaundice or kernicterus. 
If you have a family history of G6PD, it’s important to let your midwife, GP or paediatrician know and your baby’s jaundice symptoms are closely monitored.

3 years ago

Jaundice

Why is jaundice common in newborns?

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3 years ago Health , Medical

Symptoms of Jaundice

Jaundice is yellow pigmentation of the body due to high level of bilirubin pigment. Under normal circumstances, the liver excretes the yellow pigment through the feces. However, when the liver has infection, or gets some injury, it fails to do its designated function. So, the yellow pigment accumulates in various organs, thus giving a yellowish appearance.

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The primary symptoms of Jaundice include:

  • Yellow tinge to the skin and whites of the eyes

  • Itchiness of skin

  • Fatigue

  • Abdominal pain

  • Fever

  • Vomiting

  • Exceptionally yellow stool

  • Darker urine

  • Loss of weight

This may be caused due to hepatitis or obstructed bile duct. Treatment includes identifying the underlying cause and the subsequent course to rectify the cause.

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3 years ago

Jaundice

What are the factors associated with an increased risk of hyperbilirubinaemia in infants?

4 years ago

Jaundice

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4 years ago

Jaundice

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