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Abnormal bilirubin levels, frequent urination, low libido. Prescribed for kidney test. Reason, treatment?

I have something wrong with my blood rubin levels not to sure what that means, but yeah if possible help. A doctor said I should go get my kidneys checked out I still haven t but I will like some advice and information. Also, with the frequent urination I am not only losing my sex drive, when I was being sexually active once my penis became dis-functional for about 10 mins and I couldn t get erect if you would know what s going on please tell me. I would like to also add that I go to the bathroom to urinate about 6-8 times a day maybe more and when I drink caffeine I can t stop urinating.
Asked On : Thu, 9 Aug 2012
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hello.there is nothing like blood rubin its bilirubin and its related to liver and not kidneys.

you have not mentioned your age.

if your urinary frequency has increased and so is the amount you should definitely get yourself examined a evaluated to rule out common conditions like diabetes which might also affect your sexual life unless treated.
also if age is the factor even prostate enlargement can lead to similar symptoms.

and i would advice you to stop drinking coffee for a while till your problem comes to a diagnosis.

all the best.
Answered: Thu, 9 Aug 2012
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