Thank you for the query.Bilirubin
level does not increase for no reason. Usually there is something causing it. So if you want to decrease it, you need to find the reason first. To do that, some tests are necessary. You should have abdominal ultrasound
(to rule fatty liver
and gallstones), liver tests (AST,ALT
,GGTP,AP), direct and indirect bilirubin levels, blood work, HBV, HCV tests.
Hope this will help.