Gilbert’s syndrome is a pathological condition which occurs due to a rise in bilirubin level in liver. Such a higher level occurs when the liver cells fail to breakdown bilirubin. This is a genetic disorder in which the enzyme required for the breakdown of bilirubin becomes abnormal. Usually, Gilbert’s syndrome remains asymptomatic but in some cases, increased bilirubin level may lead to jaundice like symptoms. Gilbert’s syndrome does not need any treatment until it starts showing some aberrant symptoms. Treatment is mandatory is case of any abnormality.