This is a pretty general question so sorry in advance for not being more specific. First of all, most values vary per individual and according to their medical situation & other factors. Second and most important, most lab values vary by lab and quite often by doctor. Lastly, there is Total and Direct bilirubin
The reference interval for Total bilirubin on my LabCorp labs indicates a reference interval of (0.0 - 1.2) mg/dL
Just to show how these values vary, the WebMD site indicates
Total Bilirubin 0.3-1.0 mg/dL or 5.0-17.0 mmol/L
Direct Bilirubin 0.0-0.2 mg/dL or 0.0-3.4 mmol/L
I believe the reference range for Total Bilirubin is 0.2-1.3 mg/dL and for Direct Bilirubin is 0.0-0.3 mg/dL, according to my husband's lab results, very close to what Idyllic reported above.
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