Bilirubin is a yellowish substance in your blood. It forms after red blood cells break down, and it travels through your liver, gallbladder, and digestive tract before being excreted.

The condition of having high bilirubin levels is called Hyperbilirubinemia. It’s usually a sign of an underlying condition, so it’s important to follow up with a doctor if test results show you have high bilirubin.

Some of the signs and illnesses associated with high bilirubin are:

Jaundice(yellowish color in the eyes and skin)
Chest pain
Unusually dark urine
Abdominal pain

The best way to confirm this is to get yourself checked at ROA specialist hospital.
And don’t forget, Health is Wealth.

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