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A 21-year-old male asked:

Had a surgery to remove testicle as there was torsion and infection,my pee smells and is cloudy after the surgery i had yellow skin/eyes i had a blood tests and they said i had gilbert's syndrome i don't look yellow but im still concerned about thjs?

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Dr. Mark Owolabi
Family Medicine 8 years experience
Presuming the diagnosis for Gilbert syndrome is correct, then there is no reason for concern, as it is harmless.
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