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Higher bilirubin
I got a general blood test done. My bilirubin direct is 0.47mg/dl, bilirubin total 1.38 mg/dl, bilirubin indirect 0.91mg/dl and serum globulin 2.07gm/dl. Other tests produced normal results. Is it a cause of worry? What should I do?
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Also take some liver tonics like Syrup liv 52. Don't take spicy meals. Eat more sweet foods
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Hello . Well I don't think you need to worry as its just marginal... Do you have any symptoms? Any alcohol Consumption? I suggest you to avoid outside food...have less oily and fried items...have hone cooked food and fresh fruits and vegetables... If you still feel something is wrong then you can get a repeat liver function tests after a month
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