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What are the signs and symptoms of jaundice?

What is the normal bilirubin level of human body?
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replied November 17th, 2011
Hello and welcome to e health forum.

The range of bilirubin levels that is considered normal, reflects the balance between production and excretion.

The total bilirubin level normally ranges from 03 - 1.0 mg /dl.

But levels above 2 - 3 mg/dl usually present in the form of jaundice, noticeable in the sclera (white) of the eyes.

Higher levels than this, cause yellowish discoloration of the skin.




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replied April 8th, 2018
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Accompanying symptoms of jaundice resulting from low bilirubin levels include: fatigue. abdominal pain. weight loss. vomiting. fever. pale stools. dark urine.Natural jaundice treatment offers relief from various liver symptoms and normalizes the liver function.
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