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Is it normal if your bilirubin level is 6.4?

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Dr. Joseph Rank
Specializes in Pathology
Usually not: A bilirubin of 6.4 elevated and is abnormal in most testing methods. This test should be interpreted with other tests to evaluate liver function and possibly destruction of red blood cells.

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A 45-year-old member asked:

What is a normal bilirubin level typically?

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Dr. Mahmood Khichi
Pediatric Critical Care 31 years experience
below 5mg/dL: Any level below 5mg/dl is considered normal.
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What is a normal bilirubin level?

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Dr. Sidney Vinson
Gastroenterology 27 years experience
1.5 or less: Normal is generally less than 1.5. Every lab is different and normal highs may range from 1 to 1.8.

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