... hi guys! my first time here. wish u all peace, love and good health!
today i got results of my blood test .
HEMATOCRIT 41.2 (1 replies)
... i think the best management is avoid alcohol completely. and regularly ultrasound check (2 replies)
... As a result of routine blood tests I have discovered that I have an abnormally high ALP test result (340). This would suggest problems with the liver but all other enzyme scores relating to liver functioning have indicated normal. The liver also appears to be functioning quite normally as a result of ULTRAsound testing. They did discover, however, some rough course texturing... (2 replies)
... There is no such thing as a "Liver Count"...... Your Doc is not being very specific..... A liver panel (blood Test) measures things like -
SGOT (serum glutamic oxaloacetic transaminase), also called AST (aspartate aminotransferase)
SGPT (serum glutamic pyruvic transaminase), also called ALT (alanine aminotransferase)
LDH (lactate dehydrogenase)
ALP or AP (alkaline... (3 replies)
... Also my vitamins are still too low, white blood count is high 12.2 normal is 3. ... (0 replies)
... actually this is not exactly true.it varies from lab to lab.my alt was 51(with 2-45 being normal at the lab that tested me.and i have read that indeed males and females are different. (10 replies)
... er from ridding it of the old red blood cells,which will show up under the skin as jaundice.this would be called bilirubin,or the bili level.your AST,ALT and the alkaline phosphatase are also the big labs that will tell how your liver is really functioning. ... (22 replies)
... I went to the Dr 7/12/06 and had some blood tests run and everything other than the AST and ALT are normal... Now before everyone says OMG and everything else I have heard about my weight keep in mind I have tried almost every diet and excercise known to man, as well as some of the pills from the Dr. as well... I wasn't always over weight, That started after I had my first... (1 replies)
... Protein levels. Low levels of protein in the fluid plus a low white blood cell count suggest that cirrhosis is the cause of the ascites. ... (0 replies)
... Alkaline phosphatase is an enzyme, or more precisely a family of related enzymes, produced in the bile ducts, intestine, kidney, placenta and bone. ... (1 replies)
... and possibly the bilirubin. Inflammation of the biliary tract cells results predominantly in an elevation of the alkaline phosphatase. In liver disease there are crossovers between purely biliary disease and hepatocellular disease. ... (7 replies)
... Alkaline Phosphatase 22. ... (10 replies)
... I am a 35 year old male living in the UK. I am normally of good health but very slim (always have been) and have not had any operations etc.
I spend a lot of time sitting infront of the computer and I know my posture is not good. I should also get a lot more exercise.
I will try to describe my symptoms as best I can.
2 years ago
I started to get air coming... (0 replies)