A member asked:

Could bilirubin in my urine be caused by significant weight loss....due to not being able to swallow any food other than soft foods.

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Dr. Steven Charlap answered

Specializes in Holistic Medicine

Increased levels of bilirubin in the urine may be due to: biliary tract disease cirrhosis gallstones in the biliary tract hepatitis liver disease tumors of the liver or gallbladder.

Answered Mar 29, 2013

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Dr. Ed Friedlander answered

Specializes in Pathology

I am concerned that you may have serious disease that is both causing you to be unable to swallow solids and is also obstructing your biliary outflow. A physician appointment is in order as soon as possible.

Answered Mar 29, 2013

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