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What normal bilrubin ratio for 11 days infant ?

What normal bilrubin ratio for 11 days infant ?

See below: A high direct bilirubin (over 1.0) would be cause for concern the the jaundice is coming from a liver problem and is not the usual "newborn jaundice". ...Read more

Jaundice (Definition)

Jaundice is the accumulation in the body of bilirubin. Normally it is excreted by the liver, via the bile. For a lot of different reasons, sometimes the bilirubin can accumulate. The most common reasons are a problem with the liver or the bile duct. This can make the skin and/or the whites of the eyes turn yellow. If this occurs, see your ...Read more


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My mother was suffring from jaundice within 1 months total bilirubin 11.3 and sgot 2560 sgpt 2540 now sgpt 38 and sgpt 40 bilirubin is 2.7 but before 1 week bilirubin is 1.8 so why is increase 1.1 within week?

My mother was suffring from jaundice within 1 months total bilirubin 11.3 and sgot 2560 sgpt 2540 now sgpt 38 and sgpt 40 bilirubin is 2.7 but before 1 week bilirubin is 1.8 so why is increase 1.1 within week?

See GI doctor: the high sgot/sgpt levels suggest acute hepatitis (hepatitis A or another viral hepatitis). Bilirubin spikes and then comes down in such acute cases but may fluctuate a little as it is coming down. Best to see a doctor, get a good history (i.e., previous jaundice or elevated liver enzymes), and get blood tested for hepatitis. ...Read more

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NASH DX 2013. With weight loss, AST and ALT normal for 7 mo. Yesterday Alk. Phos. is 110 with lab norm 24-110. All others norm. Should I worry?

NASH DX 2013. With weight loss, AST and ALT normal for 7 mo. Yesterday Alk. Phos. is 110 with lab norm 24-110. All others norm. Should I worry?

Not at this time: But continue your current follow up plan with your provider. Also would need to know how much weight loss and if it is intentional or not. ...Read more

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Bilirubin 1.8, ast, ALT all normal, CBC all normal,2012 yr had hepatitisB immunizalion. this year Apr,bilirubin1.1. sth wrong w/my liver now??

More information: If you have any symptoms of abdominal pain, jaundice, change in the color of urine/stool, I would advise more testing and evaluation. The Hepatitis B immunization does not typically result in major side effects and is used to promote antibody production to protect against the infection. ...Read more

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Bilirubin 1.6, all other lft normal, normal reticulyte . I have retested 5x over 9 months . All lft normal , bilirubin has fluctuated?

Stop Testing: What is your concern? You are not unwell and do not have any condition warranting such worry or the expense of so many unnecessary tests. ...Read more

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My 1-year-old daughter has had 2-3 whitish/gray stools in the last 2-3 days. No jaundice, eating normally, normal energy, no apparent distress. ER?

My 1-year-old daughter has had 2-3 whitish/gray stools in the last 2-3 days. No jaundice, eating normally, normal energy, no apparent distress. ER?

Stool color : Stool color can mean a lot if it is persistent. Stool color changes are most often due to diet changes or eating "other" stuff. If your daughter is otherwise healthy I believe you can wait this one out. If you have suspicion of ingesting something inappropriate then the ER. If she has a liver infection as you seem to be thinking the stool will stay pale for longer. ...Read more

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My INR range is 1.1 ,I'm 33 no medication.is it normal?

My INR range is 1.1 ,I'm 33 no medication.is it normal?

Yes: Your INR is normal. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low fat milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. ...Read more

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2 month old. High platelets. Neutrophils 13.2 normal 35-40. Lymphocytes 78 normal 40-45. Wbc 7.7 normal 5.5-17. What could be going on really worried ?

2 month old. High platelets. Neutrophils 13.2 normal 35-40. Lymphocytes 78 normal 40-45. Wbc 7.7 normal 5.5-17. What could be going on really worried ?

Platelets: What is the platelet count? Infants may have transient elevations of platelets because of infection and iron deficiency. It would be important to know what the hemoglobin and hematocrit are. Does your infant have any signs of infection? High platelets at this age are only rarely a sign of a serious hematologic problem. Repeat the CBC by venipuncture. ...Read more

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What are causes of persistent nausea and vomiting lasting 2 months, spleen @ 13.5cm , liver ALT 111. Other bloods normal EBV IgM shows past infection?

What are causes of persistent nausea and vomiting lasting 2 months, spleen @ 13.5cm , liver ALT 111.  Other bloods normal EBV IgM shows past infection?

Abdominal symptoms: The causes of your symptoms can be multiple. You may need more than just an ultrasound of your abdomen. Ct abdomen, upper endoscopy or ERCP (endoscopic procedure looking at the bile ducts) may be needed. Viral hepatitis (a/b/c) serologies (blood test) would be helpful too. ...Read more

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My 4 months baby's CRP is 11 who has fever?

My 4 months baby's CRP is 11 who has fever?

Fever in 16 wk baby: Any child under the age of 1yr that has fever, particularly (but not necessarily) accompanied by any changes in behavior, feeding, alertness, irritability, excessive sleeping, and so on should be seen and managed by a pediatrician. These little critters can become critically ill very rapidly. Do not worry about a CRP - take them to the doctor. ...Read more

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3.5 yrs M, 33 lbs. active but pale.. Hb 11.1, serum iron 37, TIBC 102, UIBC 65, RBC 4.74, MCV 77.4 is this iron deficiency? Tested during viral fever

3.5 yrs M, 33 lbs. active but pale.. Hb 11.1, serum iron 37, TIBC 102, UIBC 65, RBC 4.74, MCV 77.4 is this iron deficiency? Tested during viral fever

Maybe not, but...: Numbers are just numbers, with little meaning unless we can see the entire picture. That is why one's primary care doctor can best interpret lab results. That said, these numbers are likely normal for a preschooler. However, most preschoolers are fast-growing kids and need a good source of dietary iron for many years. For example, his Hgb is 11 now, but may rise to 15 by high school graduation. ...Read more

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Direct bilirubin is 0.3 (rangeis 0-0.2), globulin-3.6 (range is 2.3-3.5) a/g ratio is 1.19 (range-120-2). Cbc is normal. Plz advise

Get with your doctor: The only concern I have here is the slight elevation in direct bilirubin. I'm also going to assume it's new; some folks always run it at this level because of their biology. It won't hurt you but may be a warning, most likely that some medication giving you cholestasis. ...Read more

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Bilirubin 1.6, (id 1.3, d .25) other lft normal, reticulyte normal, , ultrasound normal . Bilirubin fluctuates, do I need to keep testing bili?

Bilirubin 1.6, (id 1.3, d .25) other lft normal, reticulyte normal, , ultrasound normal . Bilirubin fluctuates, do I need to keep testing bili?

Probably Gilbert's: Gilbert’s syndrome is due to deficiency of an enzyme that helps to excrete bilirubin, so the indirect bilirubin is usually elevated, without increases in alkaline phosphatase. Patients with gilbert’s syndrome are prone to develop higher bili levels from time to time. The risk increases with fasting, dehydration, repeated and profuse vomiting, infections, exertion and stress and after a surgery. ...Read more

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High AST (67). Normal ALT, BILI, ALP, TP. Previous AST (3months ago) 37. ECG normal. High potassium (54). Normal Stress 3 months ago. EF% 56. Ideas?

High AST (67). Normal ALT, BILI, ALP, TP. Previous AST (3months ago) 37. ECG normal. High potassium (54). Normal Stress 3 months ago. EF% 56. Ideas?

Follow it: It's your physician's call as to whether to inquire about liver toxicity from your meds despite a normal ALT. Or this may simply be from some fitness activities depending history and other labs. You might simply want to follow this as your physician thinks best. ...Read more

Dr. Robert Rahimi
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Jaundice (Definition)

Jaundice is the accumulation in the body of bilirubin. Normally it is excreted by the liver, via the bile. For a lot of different reasons, sometimes the bilirubin can accumulate. The most common reasons are a problem with the liver or the bile duct. This can make the skin and/or the whites of the eyes turn yellow. If this occurs, see your ...Read more


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Yellow Skin (Definition)

Jaundice = yellowing of skin & eyes due ...Read more