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What is indirect bilirubin ?

i m 28 yrs. and had indirect billirubin 10.3 in the serum indirect billirubin test please suggest me some thing which can help me need help to know more indirect bilirubin serum bilirubin
Asked On : Thu, 21 Apr 2011
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Hello rajni;
welcome to HealthcareMagic
The report of indirect bilirubin showing 10.3 is quite high but you did not mention any other report like SGPT/SGOT and direct bilirubin report.Also you have not mentioned whether you have any symptoms like pain in abdomen;nausea;vomiting ;yellowness in eyes which is commonly seen in jaundice.The indirect bilirubin may rise in obstructive jaundice but a combined report of all the above written investigation as well as your symptoms are important to comment on this indirect bilirubin so please write in detail or better consult a Physician near by to your residence.
Answered: Thu, 21 Apr 2011
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