32 year old male. Recently had full physical: blood work + urine analysis. Everything was normal except slightly elevated albumin 5.3 (lab max was 5.1) and of course the scary total bilirubin which was measured at 1.3 (where the lab max was 1.2). All other values normal (ALT, AST, ALP). Also had CBC and all was normal there as well. Urine had no trace of bilirubin either. My doctor assured me that I am ok. I pleaded with him about all the information I have read on the web regarding the fractional bilirubin and the possible sinister ailments associated with high levels of bilirubin. He commended my research, but again stated that I am in good health. How common is it to have these elevated values? He treats hep-c patients so I would assume he would not miss anything.