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High BILIRUBIN level

I just got a health checkup done, found that I have high BILIRUBIN level!! As below: BILIRUBIN - TOTAL PHOTOMETRY 1.65 mg/dl (high) BILIRUBIN -DIRECT PHOTOMETRY 0.5 mg/dl (high) BILIRUBIN (INDIRECT) CALCULATED 1.15 mg/dl (high) Is this a concern? why did I get this? how do I bring it to normal level? Also, found variations in below tests: 25-OH VITAMIN D (TOTAL) - 17.47 ng/ml (deficiency) LYMPHOCYTE PERCENTAGE 49.1% (high) BASOPHILS - ABSOLUTE COUNT 0.01 x1000 / μL(low) I feel that I get tired very often, do not have any other symptoms.
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Dr. Anil Kumar Jain
Bangalore | General Physician

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Hello there. I can understand your concern. Your bilirubin levels not so greatly high also. What about the liver enzymes? Havent you got your liver enzymes checked? Also your vitamin d3 is very very low you need medical attention for that also. Get adequate sun exposure daily. Tab. D3 must 60k once a week for 12 weeks. Best regards. Dr. Anil kumar jain.
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Dr. B Rajashekar
20 yrs. of exp | Bangalore | General Physician

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hello pl do hbs ag test ,, test for leptospiral antibody and later on decide,
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Dr. Vipul Patadia
22 yrs. of exp | Ahmedabad | Consultant Physician
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Consult physician Check list as below. Alcohol consumtion? Obesity, overweight? Sedentary life style? Diabetes, Hypertension? Thyroid status? Lipid profile value? SGPT & s.protein level? Do assesement related to above vhecklist & proceed further as advised by physician
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