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Urobilinogen count is 3 - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Urinary and Bladder Problems
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   hi i went for a urine test today and my urobilinogen count was three apparently this is high what does it mean?
Doctor :   There is breakage of a compund called bilirubin
User :   meaning?
User :   is it serious doc?
Doctor :   It is not serious

User :   lol
User :   i looked it up and there was alot of scary thing one being hepatitus
User :   any worries?
Doctor :   Dont be bother about the lab investigations

Doctor :   How are you feeling is more important
Doctor :   Urobilinogen can be raised in 1001 conditions
Doctor :   and some are scary
Doctor :   too
User :   feeling fine for a 23 year veteran who smoke like a fish
User :   23 year old
User :   not 23 years of service
User :   cholestoral was 212
User :   155 bad
User :   34 good
User :   meaning exercise and diet?
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