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Bilirubin is a yellow pigment that is produced when the red blood cells are broken down in the body. Conjugated Bilirubin, also known as direct Bilirubin, is the form of Bilirubin that has been processed by the liver and made water-soluble. It is then excreted into the bile and eventually eliminated from the body through feces. The test for Conjugated Bilirubin is used to evaluate the liver’s ability to take up, process, and secrete Bilirubin into the bile.

The measurement of Conjugated Bilirubin levels is crucial for diagnosing and monitoring liver diseases, such as hepatitis or cirrhosis, and for assessing bile duct blockages. High levels of Conjugated Bilirubin can cause jaundice, a yellowing of the skin and eyes.


  • Test Name Bilirubin Conjugated
  • Sample Type Blood
  • Preparations Required There is no need for fasting before the test. Inform the doctor of any medications you are taking, as some may affect the test results.
  • Report Time 4 hours

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Frequently Asked Questions

The Conjugated Bilirubin test is essential to evaluate liver function, particularly the liver's ability to process and excrete Bilirubin. It helps diagnose liver diseases, assess bile duct blockages, and differentiate between different causes of jaundice.

High levels of Conjugated Bilirubin may indicate a liver disease, such as hepatitis or cirrhosis, or a blockage in the bile ducts. It can also cause jaundice, characterized by yellowing of the skin and eyes.

A blood sample is drawn from a vein in your arm. This sample is then sent to a laboratory where the Conjugated Bilirubin levels are measured using a chemical analysis.

The risks associated with this blood test are minimal and similar to those for any blood draw, such as slight pain, bleeding, or bruising at the needle site.

Normal levels of Conjugated Bilirubin usually range from 0 to 0.3 mg/dL, but this can vary between laboratories.

Liver diseases, bile duct blockages, certain medications, and genetic disorders can affect Conjugated Bilirubin levels.

Treatment depends on the cause of the elevated levels. It's important to consult a doctor for appropriate diagnosis and treatment.

Yes, excessive alcohol consumption can damage the liver and affect its ability to process Bilirubin, potentially raising Conjugated Bilirubin levels.

Yes, this test can be performed during pregnancy if recommended by a doctor.

Some medications can affect Conjugated Bilirubin levels, so it’s important to inform your doctor about any medications you are taking.

Conjugated Bilirubin has been processed by the liver and is water-soluble, while Unconjugated Bilirubin is not water-soluble and has not yet been processed by the liver.

While diet alone does not significantly affect Conjugated Bilirubin levels, a healthy diet is essential for overall liver health.

If your test results are abnormal, it is important to consult your doctor to determine the next steps for diagnosis and treatment.

You should consult your primary care doctor. Based on the cause of the abnormal levels, you might be referred to a hepatologist or a gastroenterologist.

Yes, certain genetic disorders, such as Dubin-Johnson syndrome, can cause elevated levels of Conjugated Bilirubin.

Understanding your Conjugated Bilirubin levels is a significant aspect of evaluating liver function and diagnosing various liver diseases or bile duct blockages. If you experience symptoms such as yellowing of the skin or eyes, it is important to have your Conjugated Bilirubin levels checked. Consult your doctor for a proper understanding of the results and appropriate medical interventions if necessary.

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