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Bilirubin Total - Body Fluid Test - Price, Normal Range | Sprint Diagnostics Hyderabad


  • Test Name Bilirubin Total - Body Fluid
  • Sample Type Body Fluid
  • Preparations Required There are no specific preparation instructions for this test. Inform your doctor about any medications or supplements you are taking before the procedure.
  • Report Time 24 hours

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Frequently Asked Questions

This test is performed to help diagnose and monitor liver diseases, to evaluate the health of the gallbladder, and to assess for conditions that cause increased breakdown of red blood cells.

High levels of Bilirubin in body fluid can indicate liver disease, gallstones, or a condition that causes the increased breakdown of red blood cells, such as hemolytic anemia.

The test is performed by taking a sample of body fluid, such as cerebrospinal fluid or ascitic fluid, usually by using a needle and syringe. The fluid is then sent to a laboratory for analysis.

Normal ranges can vary depending on the laboratory that analyzes the sample. Generally, bilirubin levels in body fluid should be low. Your doctor will interpret the results based on your health and the specific circumstances.

The risks associated with the Bilirubin Total - Body Fluid test are minimal but may include discomfort, bruising, or infection at the site where the fluid is collected.

There are no specific preparations for this test. However, you should inform your doctor of any medications or supplements you are taking.

Treatment options depend on the underlying cause of the high Bilirubin levels. This may include medication, lifestyle changes, or in some cases, surgery.

Yes, certain medications and foods, especially those affecting liver function, can alter Bilirubin levels in body fluid.

Bilirubin Total in serum measures the bilirubin in the blood, whereas Bilirubin Total in body fluid measures it in other fluids such as cerebrospinal or ascitic fluid.

This test is not specifically used to detect cancer, but high levels of Bilirubin in body fluid can sometimes be associated with liver cancer.

In rare cases, if there is a concern about a newborn's liver function or if there are signs of jaundice, Bilirubin may be measured in body fluids other than blood.

You should consult your primary care doctor, who may refer you to a specialist such as a gastroenterologist or hepatologist, depending on the underlying cause.

Yes, this test can be used to monitor the effectiveness of treatment for liver disease.

Yes, high levels of Bilirubin in body fluid can cause jaundice, fatigue, abdominal pain, or dark urine.

Dehydration can concentrate body fluids and may affect the results. It is important to stay properly hydrated and follow your doctor’s instructions before the test.

Gaining insights into your Bilirubin Total levels in body fluids can be an essential component in evaluating liver function and diagnosing various conditions. It is significant to adhere to any recommendations or treatment plans provided by your doctor to manage and maintain overall health.

BILIRUBIN, FLUID
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