A 24-year-old member asked:
Bilirubin level was 1.1 during blood count, is that too high?
2 doctor answers • 5 doctors weighed in
Family Medicine 19 years experience
Not Usually: For many labs that value is normal, or close to normal. However, even when high, isolated elevated bilirubin (no other liver labs are high) is usually due to a condition known as gilbert's syndrome, and is not worrisome. You may find other family members have this as well, as it is genetic.
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Pathology 44 years experience
You're fine: This is usually in the reference range for the lab, and even if it's not, if you feel okay then don't worry about it.
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Last updated Jun 27, 2018
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