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Infective Hepatitis followed by UTI -e.coli

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Female Age-17 yrs. weight-48 kg. reduced to 40 kg.(date-13/06/2011)
Weakness>serum billirubin-2. SGPT-2965>Diagonosed Infective Hepatitis by Local doctor.
Liver protective edicines,Dexrtrose Saline andLot of Glucose oral has been used.

Now( dt-6/06/2011)Serum billirubin-0.7 & SGPT -40.

But FEVER started coming from evening to early moreft side ning with lstomach pain.
Ferver range-101-101.8*F
Urine test done .result UTI.Drug sensitive Ofloxacin.

Drug in use Ofloxacine 200 BID ans Paracetamol SOS.

7days lapsed, no change in symptoms.

Please advise ....
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replied March 1st, 2017
The condition described here is indicative of a severe hepatitis, the cause is not clear with the limited history.

It will take a few weeks time until which proper supportive therapy needs to be provided so that the condition stabilizes.

It would be recommended that you continue the treatment as advised by your doctor.

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