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Re: What about collagen?

About the Gilbert syndrome - I was diagnosed when I was 16 years old. I had a fever, and my stomach hurt.
When I got to the hospital the doctor who saw me said my whole skin is yellow. They gave me some drip infusion (I think that's the term in English) and I had to stay in hospital for the blood test results. You know, when you have jaundice they have to check what was the cause - infection, liver inflamation etc. The same year I had vermiform appendix surgery so there was possibility of HCV/HBV infection.

Fortunately it was just Gilbert. It was just a coincidence that I had both - the vermiform appendix inflamation and few months later the Gilbert syndrome come out (cause you're born with it, it comes out about - 90% of cases - just the year when you turn 16).

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