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Have problem in indirect bilirubin. All other test report normal. How to correct it?

hi i am 32 years old and i have problem of indirect bilirubin indirect bilirubin levels are 1.6mg and total is 2.5.I have done all the tests. ALT 46U/L GAMA-GT 25U/ ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE 403 U/L GAMA-GT 25 U/L RBC 6.29 WBC 9,300/UL PLATELETS COUNT 311,000/UL HBsAG Negative HEPATITS C Negative ultrasonic features of liver,gallbladder,both kidney and urinary bladder are normal.
Asked On : Sun, 27 Jan 2013
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Thank you for the query.

If all tests are negative and the only one increased is indirect bilirubin you most likely suffer from Gilberts syndrome. This is genetic condition where the bilirubin can not be conjugated by the liver due to enzyme defect. This condition is harmless and does not need further action. I suggest you to check your bilirubin again in few months.

Hope this will help.
Answered: Tue, 29 Jan 2013
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