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Gilbert’s Syndrome

What is Gilbert’s syndrome?

Gilbert’s syndrome is a benign hereditary disease that affects the way bilirubin is processed in the liver and causes jaundice.


  • Yellowing of the skin and of the whites of the eyes

  • Fatigue


A blood test can show changes that occur with Gilbert’s syndrome.


There is no treatment. However, anyone with jaundice should contact their doctor.


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