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Jaundice is something you have probably heard of because it makes your eyes and skin look yellow. Too much bilirubin accumulating is what causes the color change because it starts to build up in your skin. The stool and urine are not properly eliminating the bilirubin and the deposits end up in your skin. When this happens you will begin to notice the yellow color on your skin and the yellowing becomes worse with time which can eventually result in your eyes becoming yellowish.

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