Is There Any Way To Cure Gilbert's Disease?
Are you one of those people
who are affected by the scourge of Gilbert’s disease? Do
you feel that you are helpless against the pain and discomfort
that it brings? If you do, here are the top three sets of
questions that you might want to ask and be answered.
Through these, you can get direct answers
to questions that hound your mind and can even help you
Question number 1: “What causes Gilbert’s disease? Do a
viral infection or bacteria cause this condition or can this be
passed on in some other way? Is Gilbert’s disease a chronic
Answer: the abnormal number of the bilirubin in the blood
causes Gilbert’s disease, it is not caused by any viral or
bacterial infection. It can be passed on through the blood.
Gilbert’s disease is known to be hereditary and it remains
dormant inside the body for a long time.
Question number 2: “How can you find out if you already have
Gilbert’s disease? Are the symptoms of Gilbert’s disease can be
associated with jaundice and other liver diseases is this true?
How does one find out if his or her condition is Gilbert’s
disease? Are there any specific symptoms?”
Answer: You need to be aware of the differences between the
symptoms and the signs that are associated with Gilbert’s
disease and other liver diseases. Even though, there
similarities the differences are also there. Unfortunately,
Gilbert’s disease sharing the same symptoms with other diseases
is true but if you can look into it further you can spot the
Question number 3: “Is there any new method to alleviate, or
treat, the symptoms of Gilbert’s disease - yellow eyes, stomach
pains and uneasiness? Is it due to the excessive amounts of
bilirubin in the blood?”
Answer: You have my understanding. This inherited condition
(hereditary) affects just about two to five per cent of the
population. It is considered that the situation occurs as a
result of troubles in metabolizing the bilirubin. There are
more than a few forms of the condition that can be
distinguished on biochemical testing. As an outcome, the levels
rise and clinical jaundice that you graphically depict
The condition appears to be not as good as after fasting and
during a mild illness. The jaundice then fades instinctively.
There is no cure. You ask particularly if there is any new way
to reduce the symptoms. I feel sorry that I have been unable to
find out if there are any commercial or clinical treatment for
This condition though is a fairly common sickness mostly
amongst the Caucasian population. It’s passed down all the way
through families and not frequently considered being life
menacing, but ought to still be diagnosed by a medical doctor.
The syndrome compromises the body’s capacity to process
bilirubin in the liver and causes jaundice. Bilirubin is the
yellow substance found in bile. Although the main and most
general symptom is jaundice, there are as well quite a lot of
other symptoms that you and your physician should be on the
lookout for if you think you could have the syndrome.
You have to be very vigilant when it comes to understanding
Gilbert’s disease and the knowledge related to it because it
changes constantly as doctors learn more about it. be aware
that what can be the truth about it today can be different