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Are There Known Cases Of Stomach Pain With Gilberts Syndrome
Hyperbilirubinemia: Gilbert–Meulengracht syndrome, is a genetic liver disorder; the most common hereditary cause of increased bilirubin and found in up to 5% of the population. The major characteristic is jaundice, caused by elevated levels of unconjugated bilirubin in the bloodstream. There may be an elevated incidence of gallstones, but no other symptoms. Your stomach discomfort and chills are due to something else ...Read more
Indirect bilirubin 1.6, direct 0.3. Direct is only 0.1 above normal. Dr. Said gilbert's. Abdominal u/s normal. Gilberts?
Ever tested before?: If your previous chemical profiles have been similar, and everything else is normal, it's probably gilbert's. Otherwise, if you're on any medications, a trial of stopping them might tell. If you've gotten jaundiced during an illness when you've gone a few days without eating, think gilbert's. Trust your blood smear is normal as well / no hemolysis and no deep bruises. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can Gilberts disease cause peanut butter colored stools? Could it also cause RUQ discomfort? Recently had abdominal US and it came back normal.
Gilbert's disease: Gilberts Disease does not produce symptoms, it is merely an elevated bilirubin detected on routine blood screening.The other liver blood tests are never elevated, the Ultrasound will be normal, and this never causes any symptoms of any kind. Schedule a virtual visit for further evaluation ...Read more
Had gilberts disease 4 years ago. Could this be an abdominal mass or something related to the liver or small intestine?
Liver enzyme: Gilbert's disease/syndrome is the reduced availability of a liver enzyme that metabolizes bilirubin so the usual symptoms are just mild jaundice. Affected people see episodes of jaundice often associated with stress such as infection, illness, exertion, fasting, etc. Affected people have increased risk for gallstones. ...Read more
I have Gilbert's Syndrome & mild biliary duct dilatation. Milk Thistle aids sleep, but has upset my stomach. Apart from that, any contraindications?
Nauseous and stomach pain after period has ended. Is it toxic shock syndrome? I accidently slept with a tampon (12 hours)
Unlikely: Toxic shock syndrome associated with tampons more likely to be caused by using a single tampon for several sequential days. Earliest symptoms are high fever 102F, pains in the abdomen or extremities and rapid progression to hypotension. If your abdominal discomfort is not severe ,you have no fever and you don't feel severely ill it is unlikely you have toxic shock syndrome. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Good Evening. For last two years I have had symtons of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, but in the last two weeks I am having constant severe stomach pain. ?
Sounds complicated: Chronic fatigue syndrome ,if that's what you have can have many associated symptoms. There's no one or simple way to manage this difficult problem. It sounds like what you need is far more than what can be answered in a simple paragraph. Would be happy to help you work through some of these issues in the concierge service. ...Read more
I'm feeling a strong pulse in my stomach. I have ehlers danlos syndrome type four and a hernia above my navel. Slight stomach pain. What is this???
One month before i get to known that I have gallstone problem but no heavy stomach pain. Some times i feel like my breath blocked and feel helpless.
Total bilirubin of 8.1 mg/dl--but other liver functions normal--means? Past diagnosis of gilbert's but not this high (also have abdominal discomfort)
Direct or indirect?: If mostly indirect, are you hemolyzing? Did you perhaps get malaria? New medication? If mostly direct, do you have a common duct stone? Pancreatic cancer? Bile duct cancer? Both up? Cholestatic jaundice perhaps? New medications -- even a "holistic health / gym fitness drink"? Hope you find the cause & that it's treatable. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
5 years ago, had indirect bilirubin of 1.4, direct 0.3. When I wasn't fasting it was normal. Abdominal ultrasound normal. All other enzymes normal. Also had normal rbc, hemoglobin, ldh and haptoglobin. Gilbert's?
Yeah: I think Gilbert's. How do you FEEL? ...Read more
Something else: Gilbert's doesn't do that. This may be something as simple as having gone for a long run while you're out of shape, or as worrisome as hemochromatosis, wilson's, viral hepatitis, autoimmune hepatitis, or a medication allergy. The most common cause of elevated liver enzymes in today's world is probably lack of exercise, but there are things to rule out first. Stay proactive and best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
NO: As far as I can research SAMe is not listed as treating hyperbilerubinemia ...Read more
No: Gilbert condition is NOT a disease and needs no treatment. Marijuana is an unpurified plant material, each batch having unknown differences from other batches, each dose having many different compounds, affecting various parts of the body in both known and unknown ways, with harmful effects to some parts of one's mind and body... and thus is not like a purified modern medicine. Never smoke things! ...Read more
No help is needed: Gilbert condition is NOT a disease and needs no treatment. Marijuana is an unpurified plant material, each batch having unknown differences from other batches, each dose having many different compounds, affecting various parts of the body in both known and unknown ways, with harmful effects to some parts of one's mind and body; and thus is not like a purified modern medicine. Don't smoke anything. ...Read more
Am faced w/ choices of lupron (leuprolide) or surgery for endometriosis. Unable to tolorate hormone contraceptives and have gilberts syndrome. Which option is best?
Choices: Only a doctor who met and examined you can answer this. But, i recommend surgery for patients who are good candidates. Surgery is the only way to make a firm diagnosis, results are generally excellent, and though recurrences happen, they often don't. Lupron (leuprolide) can defintiely help with pain, but: no diagnosis, no fix, expensive, symptoms, and pain comes back when you discontinue. ...Read more
Many possibilities: A person with tummy pain between the belly button and the bottom of the rib cage can have a variety of problems. An examination is needed, unless the person is young and healthy, and the pain is mild and resolves quickly. Possible causes may be: stomach acid problems, reflux symptoms, pancreatitis, gall stone related problems, liver inflammation, abdominal muscle strains, some sort of hernia, etc. ...Read more
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