6 doctors weighed in:

Indirect bilirubin 1.6, direct 0.3. Direct is only 0.1 above normal. Dr. Said gilbert's. Abdominal u/s normal. Gilberts?

6 doctors weighed in
Dr. Ed Friedlander
Pathology
2 doctors agree

In brief: 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.

In brief: 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.
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Dr. Andrew Seibert
Internal Medicine - Gastroenterology
2 doctors agree

In brief: Yes

Undoubtedly. And the elevations are very minimal.
I'm sure this will give you minimal or no problems.

In brief: Yes

Undoubtedly. And the elevations are very minimal.
I'm sure this will give you minimal or no problems.
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Dr. Darrell Herrington
Family Medicine
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Probably

Should be rechecked in 6 months, then yearly.
If gilbert's ("zhill-bears"), then there's low probability of cumulative pathology.

In brief: Probably

Should be rechecked in 6 months, then yearly.
If gilbert's ("zhill-bears"), then there's low probability of cumulative pathology.
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