Total bilirubin 2.0. Indirect 1.76. Direct. 0.27. Is this relating to liver disease?

Bilirubin . Elevated bilirubin has several potential causes. A level of 2 is only minimally above normal. Causes include medications, gallbladder disease, bile duct obstruction, liver disease, and pancreatic disease. Most common is gilbert's syndrome, a condition of mildly elevated bilirubin with no clinical problems or concerns. Discuss with your physician.