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By July 10, 2010 - 8:06pm
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i have gilbert syndrome,i wish to go to kuwait for job,is any problem occuring in medical test?now my bilurubin level is 2.7

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From the literature I reviewed, Gilbert Syndrome does not usually require treatment, and most individuals do not have symptoms.

Your bilirubin level sounds high, but you would need to consult the lab that performed the test; the exact definition of what is "normal range" for lab results vary from lab-to-lab. What did your doctor tell you about your lab results? Your bilirubin levels will fluctuate over time, and this can be normal and not result in any symptoms.

Please contact your doctor for specific instructions on traveling, if you need to make any special accommodations for your condition. This is based on individual factors that only you and your doctor can discuss.

July 11, 2010 - 12:06pm
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