Hello doctor i found out that i have high levels of bilirubin over my blood cells. I had a history of hepatitis A. She wants me to take another blood test in 3 months. I dont know what this is i just want to be informed well and if everything will alright and if i need meditacions
When did you suffer from Hepatitis A? It usually takes 3-6 months for hepatitis A to recover completely. Hepatitis A is an acute infection of the liver and the patient usually heals completely without having any long term damage. A person once infected with hepatitis A usually acquires lifelong immunity to the illness. The bilirubin levels may take some time to come down to normal. In case high bilirubin persists you may need additional investigations like ultrasound abdomen etc.Do write to me again.
Take care and regards!
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