Bilirubin Is Low

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Mary Says:


Med for bilirubin that is low what causes this



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Mary! How are you?

As reported by the NIH, low bilirubin may be caused by several different things, including excessive vitamin C, taking some medications; like phenobarbital, large amounts of caffeine, seasonal depression, coronary artery disease and end state kidney disease.

However, if there are no other symptoms involved designating a possibly serious condition, most doctors don't worry about and don't treat it. It tends to be self-limiting, especially if you take pro-active steps, such as lowering your caffeine intake, keep your vitamin C intake to no more than the usual RDA and quit smoking, if you smoke cigarettes.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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