Health Conditions: Jaundice
When suffering from Jaundice, one’s skin & the white portion of the eye get a yellowish tinge.
This occurs when the liver fails to remove bilirubin from the body. Bilirubin is a yellowish pigment present in the digestive fluid called bile. A build-up of this yellowish pigment gives the yellowish tinge to the patient’s body.
Some other symptoms of this condition include jaundice include a dark colored urine, weakness, fever, fatigue, constipation, loss of appetite, headaches and nausea.