Questions to Ask the Doctor
- What is the cause of my jaundice? How can I learn more about it?
- Will I require any blood tests or imaging studies?
- What is the likely course of this illness? What is the long-term outlook?
- What are my treatment options? Will I require surgery or medications? Are there any medications I should avoid?
- If my symptoms worsen while at home, what should I do? When do I need to call you? When do I need to go to the emergency department?
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 6/5/2014
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