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|high bilirubin in infants||0.99||0.6||6530||62|
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|high bilirubin levels in baby||1.26||0.7||4339||10|
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Mononucleosis, cirrhosis and hepatitis can all cause liver damage and elevated bilirubin levels, as can diseases that block the bile ducts, including pancreatic cancer and gallstones. The rapid destruction of red blood cells from allergic reactions during a blood transfusion or sickle cell anemia may also cause levels to increase.How high is too high for bilirubin?
If you’re wondering what is considered high bilirubin levels in adults, it’s anything above 1.9 mg, as the normal readings should be between 0.3 and 1.9 mg. There are many different conditions that can contribute to elevated bilirubin, which we will explain further down – along with some home remedies that can help lower your bilirubin levels.