Let me assure you that you don't have liver or pancreas
is a combination of conjugated and unconjugated, that is
direct and indirect components. Usually the Direct fraction is more
than the indirect. The total can fluctuate anywhere from 1.2 -1.4 mg/dl.
In your case you have a slightly higher indirect fraction. This is very
commonly seen as a fasting hyperbilirubinemia. There are rare genetic
disorders such as Gilbert's syndrome where the indirect fraction is high.
This is a benign condition and the bilirubin levels go up more during
infections, stress etc. Condition is diagnosed by liver biopsy
. Very rarely
this is associated with pigment gallstones. As for choleterol levels , if you
had a rich fatty meal the day before, even if the blood was drawn after
12 hours of fasting , the level can be high. Caffeine is known to elevate
levels also. Blood sugar levels that you mention are also in
the normal range. Stay with a low fat, low cholesterol diet, stay on the
medication and your doctor will decide if you need a change of drug.
Continue active excercises. Stay away from smoking
I am sure you will do fine.
I wish you well.