Explanation Of The Meaning Of Bilirubin During A Blood Test?
what does this mean for bilirubin? The problem is that this is from the stomach, then to the liver after the liver, about 1 month after the liver, when I check the liver and the bile is sick, but I check with someone who is more accurate.
Thank you for the question.
First of all, you should explain further what you want to ask, including regarding bilirubin and the results of the bilirubin examination you received, complaints that you felt, and details about those complaints. Bilirubin itself is a product of the breakdown of red blood cells that are processed by the liver and bile. Increased levels of bilirubin can indicate disorders of the liver, bile, disorders of red blood cells, and side effects of treatment. You can read more about normal bilirubin levels in this article.
So, you should consult with your doctor about the interpretation of the results of investigations that you get, such as for example you have checked your bilirubin levels. Your doctor needs to ask for your further complaints, do a physical examination, and conduct additional investigations such as ultrasound of the abdomen, to find out where the problem you have, whether in the liver or bile, because the results of investigations in the form of bilirubin levels are not enough. Based on that, the doctor can determine the severity of the medical condition that you have, so that the doctor can determine whether you need further action such as inpatient monitoring, or just with outpatient treatment.
Hopefully this information can help.