Hello, the normal reference value for serum total bilirubin is 0.3 to 1.3 mg / dl. Long-term drinking, strenuous exercise, etc. may lead to an increase in total bilirubin. High total bilirubin caused by physiological causes usually recovers spontaneously after adjustment. Hepatitis, obstructive jaundice, cirrhosis, cholelithiasis, pancreatic head cancer, hemolytic jaundice and other diseases can also cause elevated bilirubin. Although your test results are not very high at present, it is still recommended that you attach great importance to it, go to the hospital for follow-up, seize the best time for treatment, master the development of the disease, discover the development of the disease, and fully understand your condition.