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High bilirubin (DBIL) in blood. Do I have something serious?

I got my blood test results today. I'm 23 year old woman, I generally feel fine. But since I was consuming quite a bit of alcohol over the last years, I wanted to check if everything is fine. My blood test showed very high DBIL (8.4)  (it says the max is 5.1). Also, my leukocytes are a bit low (4.88). All the other labs are normal. Also the ones for liver and pancreas - AST, ALT, GGT and P-AMYL are all completely normal. Could it be something urgent and serious because of DBIL and leukocytes?? I'm getting really really worried since I can't get a consultation or more tests anytime soon because of the situation in my country. Could it be something life-threatening?
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363281 tn?1590104173
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Hello~If there is a way, I would certainly at least call (phone consultation) your doctor and ask him/her. It probably isn't serious however, or else you would have been told so.
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