... sick liver. GGT is typically double or more the upper limit in many liver diseases, but particularly alcoholic liver disease. ... (1 replies)
... Hi All!
Any insight is so appreciated. I have been having right upper quadrant pain
That goes to the side and back. I was really worried as I've
Had this off and on since my gallbladder has been out.
I'm only 27, but I was worried about it being my liver
I went to get tests done and doc says they are ok,
But everything I read says AST/ALT ratio should
Not be more... (1 replies)
... The low GGT is icing on the cake... ... (1 replies)
... I am a 41 year old male. I am an endomorph with a muscular build and enjoy HIIT workouts. Due to family history of CAD, I get regular physicals over the past 6 years and keep track of my results. My cardiac results are within range with some tinkering, but my liver tests make me nervous. My doctor does not seem to be concerned. My results each time are vey similar with no... (1 replies)
... On that occasion my GGT and ALT were elevated but "normal" for me in recent years. ... (1 replies)
... I encountered similar issue as you, as my GGT also high, and I am also taking Lexapro 10mg daily. ... (1 replies)
... Hi everyone. Started with a new physician at the beginning of the year for an annual exam. All labwork came back really good with the exception of my LFT's. The upper limit of normal for my lab is: ALT: 72 AST: 59 GGT: 73.
I had blood drawn 4 times in the last 3 months and here are my scores:
ALT: 85 (Jan) 227 (Feb) 82 (Mar) 145 (April)
AST: 84 (Jan) 113 (Feb)... (1 replies)
... here is anything wrong. Some statin drugs will cause elevated results. If your ALP is also elevated then you may need to be concerned. But just a small rise in GGT is not a sign of anything wrong. ... (3 replies)
... I was also sent for a Hep A, B, and C test just in case, though I have no risk factors for that at all. They said it's routine here when GGT comes back higher as the next step in the workup. ... (3 replies)
... I feel your anxiety as well. I just got my GGT results and it was 122. All other normal but I'm freaking out. I'm done with alcohol. Hope you get some answers. ... (3 replies)
... n January 22. My doctor notified me that I should have my liver function tests redone. All came back within the normal range, except for GGT. On January 22 my GGT was 44. On January 25 it was 40. Normal range is up to 30. ... (3 replies)
... GGT of 310 in a nearly teetotal patient is distressing, but still it is fortunate you discovered this. Many doc's don't include GGT in routine labs. ... (2 replies)
... I just want to ask a question why is that my ggt is elevated while the other test are normal? ... (2 replies)
... I just want to ask a question why is that my ggt is elevated while the other test are normal? ... (0 replies)
... I'm still skeptical of the GGT being a significant cardiac marker though. ... (3 replies)
... Thank you, BillinSD, for taking the time to respond to me. I will definitely be calling my docs to get to the bottom of this. This test was ordered as a standard for a Life Insurance check. If the culprit was gallblader disease do you know if any of the other numbers below would be off too?
All my other results are below:
Cholesterol 161 mg/dL RANGE is 140 - 199 ... (3 replies)
... possible clue to your elevated GGT. The liver dumps it garbage into bile for disposal and any sluggishness in the biliary system will affect the liver and bump GGT higher. ... (3 replies)
... I did a blood test last week and just got the results. Everything was normal except the GGT test. It came back as 120. All other ALT, etc were normal. ... (3 replies)
... GGT is a VERY sensitive marker for liver inflammation that tends to jump around a lot, literally from week to week. This said, seeing GGT up near 400 is cause for concern, and steps should be taken to monitor and lower this. Fatty liver is epidemic now days, but ultrasound should have showed this. ... (1 replies)
I have a few questions and am looking for guidance on what my results may be leaning towards.
6 ft, 180 pounds
Generally healthy. No medical history. No Medications (OTC allergy)
No Drugs or drug history (1 replies)