Fatigue, weakness, jaundice (yellowing of the skin and eyes), and
dark urine may be indicative of low haptoglobin levels, associated with
conditions such as hemolysis, hemolytic anemia, or liver disease. On the other
hand, elevated haptoglobin levels, although generally not causing specific
symptoms related to haptoglobin, may be observed in response to inflammation or
infection. Monitoring haptoglobin levels is a crucial part of the diagnostic
process for these conditions, providing insights into overall health and the
functioning of the immune and circulatory systems.