The total bilirubin and direct bilirubin are a little over, do I need to go to the hospital for a review?Last year's physical examination report was within normal values
Hello, the factors that can lead to elevated bilirubin include liver cell damage, biliary obstructive disease, hemolytic disease, etc. Your laboratory results show that total bilirubin and direct bilirubin are slightly higher than normal, and transaminases are normal, if the liver and biliary ultrasound is normal and the blood is not anemic, there is no clinical significance, so don't worry and don't deal with it first, just review it regularly.
The two bilirubin is only mildly elevated a little, is not necessary to review or treatment.The key is that your uric acid is a little high, and a long time of high uric acid can cause gout, so you should try to avoid high purine foods and drink more water.
This kind of bilirubin indicator is a little high, it may be caused by blood concentration, in addition, we should also pay attention to the examination before if you eat more fatty, there will also be a little high bilirubin of such patients, you can do without treatment, it is recommended that a light diet for a week or half a month after the re-examination.