Direct bilirubin that exceeds 0.3 milligrams per deciliter and total bilirubin that exceeds 1.9 milligrams per deciliter is considered to be higher than normal levels of bilirubin in adults, as stated by MedlinePlus. Bil... More »

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There are no known foods that cause high levels of bilirubin, although indirect bilirubin levels can be increased by fasting for a long period, according to WebMD. High bilirubin levels may be caused by infections, inher... More »

A bilirubin level of 0.60 is not dangerous in adult men, according to Mayo Clinic. Typical test results in adult males range from 0.01 to 1mg/dL for total bilirubin and 0 to 0.3 mg/dL for direct bilirubin. Results differ... More »

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A high total bilirubin count is above 1.4 milligrams per deciliter for adults. Direct bilirubin counts above 0.3 milligrams per deciliter or indirect bilirubin of 1.2 milligrams per liter are also high. WebMD warns patie... More »

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A healthy patient should have direct, or conjugated, bilirubin levels of 0 to 0.3 milligrams per deciliter of blood and 0.3 to 1.9 milligrams per deciliter of blood of total bilirubin, according to Medline Plus. A patien... More »

In general, a total bilirubin level above 1.9 milligrams per deciliter is considered elevated, notes MedlinePlus. The normal range for total bilirubin level in the blood is 0.3 to 1.9 milligrams per deciliter. Direct, or... More »

Normal results for a bilirubin test are 0.1 to 1 milligram per deciliter of total bilirubin and 0 to 0.3 milligrams per deciliter of direct bilirubin, according to Mayo Clinic. Doctors consider anything higher to be elev... More »