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High Bilirubin
Jul 14, 2005
... Does anyone know what high bilirubin can mean? ... (0 replies)
... I have high bilirubin levels but no liver nor gallbladder problems. ... (9 replies)
... I have high bilirubin levels but no liver nor gallbladder problems. ... (9 replies)

... Just had my liver enzymes tested and they said "pretty normal, just a little high on the Bilirubin, but don't worry about it." Well, that was from the secretary, and since I have no idea what this could mean, I am worried. ... (9 replies)
... This is called familial lipoprotein lipase deficiency. It can cause low BP as well. The high bilirubin and some of your other symptoms could be from gall bladder disease. This does not always show up on ultrasound. ... (10 replies)
Lab Interpretation
Jul 13, 2012
... ALT ratio, along with the high Bilirubin. ... (10 replies)
... you can have high AST ALT with normal bilirubin. In fact high bilirubin is a sign for cirrhosis. ... (3 replies)
... My father has alcoholic cirrhosis, and I was told last night that my father's bilirubin level is at 23.0! Does anyone know what this means? ... (4 replies)
... our sons liver was NOT neatly tucked up under his ribcage, but centered right in the middle of his upper abdomen and hard and very enlarged. i could not believe what took place less than two months after this "perfect" exam where she actually cleared him to play freaking football. ... (3 replies)
High bilirubin
Jul 20, 2004
... ormed. It was a long time ago, but what I remember being told was that the condition is usually diagnosed in the late teens or early twenties, is hereditary and does not cause any long term or serious health problems, but can be affected by excessive stress or fasting. ... (1 replies)
... ky stuff every few hours because something in my liver levels was high. Sorry I can't give better details but I was so sick and vomiting I don't remember much of what they were talking about. ... (0 replies)
... ponder. I have been diagnosed with Low Testosterone. Its very common for middle aged men with fat to have this. As a result, my estrogen is a little high. I know high estrogen can be a sign of liver disease, but in my defense, I must say I have had high estrogen all my life. ... (6 replies)
... Went to my regular doc and did a blood test. the nurse called me with the results and advised that my bilirubin level was high and made me an appointment with a specialist. ... (6 replies)
... that is showing above midrange norm. do you get what i am trying to say, or did i just confuse you more, lol. i can do that sometimes. ... (1 replies)
... A score of 67 is negligible, but what should concern you more is that it is elevated at all. ... (4 replies)
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... o out of range. what you really do need here since this is kind of an "unknown' reason would be to also obtain an ultrasound at this point just to actually 'see' what that liver and any other organs like your kidneys too just look like in there? ... (3 replies)
... My insurance does not cover lab tests. I would hate to go to a doctor and have tests done when there is not a high probability of something being wrong. If I do go, what tests would be done? ... (2 replies)
... wfully nice of you to respond as you did, especially after I was so silly. You know my last Dr gave me print outs of everything, but my new one has no copier and does not give me anything, so no I have no papers at all. ... (11 replies)
... s that time to simply 'push' your GP into doing for his patient, you. if he wont, find someone who actualy cares about their patients. for him to simply blow off high liver labs really IS inexcusable without bothering to follow up on this for you. ... (3 replies)

Associated Tags: bilirubin, cirrhosis, estrogen, liver, testosterone

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