If my skin or eyes are not yellow, should I worry about jaundice?

No. However, abnormal levels of bilirubin (which causes jaundice) which are low may not alter the color of the skin and eyes. If you have a concern about this for some reason, get your doctor to order the appropriate test.

Related Questions

If itching was caused by jaundice. Would my skin or eyes be visibly yellow?

Obstructive jaundice. Itching happens in the obstructive jaundice . The other type called hemolytic jaundice ,happening from excess breakdown of red blood cells don't cause itching. When the level of bilirubin exceeds 2-3 mg , you can start seeing the jaundice .The jaundice you see in the sclera is not related to itching ,but on how much bilirubin- the jaundice pigment is in the blood . Read more...

Why does jaundice turn your eyes and skin yellow?

Jaundice. This is because the liver is not longer functioning correctly and something called bilirubin is elevating in your blood stream - the side effect of this high level of bilirubin is jaundice. Read more...
Hyperbilirubinemia. Jaundice is yellowish pigmentation of the skin, the conjunctival membranes over the sclerae (whites of the eyes), and other mucous membranes caused by hyperbilirubinemia (increased levels of bilirubin in the blood). Hyperbilirubinemia uusally related to liver disease or bile duct obstruction, can be seen in hepatitis and liver cancer. Read more...

What can I do about yellow skin around the creases of my eyes?

Have it checked. Have it checked to find out what it is.What are the creases of your eyes do you mean eyelids? Read more...