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... i don't know about anyone else..but i got really bad pain in my stomach..like huge cramps..they did an ultrasound and saw the gallstones. (5 replies)
... Yeah I hadn't gone that morning before my test. Is that why my liver enzymes have been elevated for 5 years? ... (104 replies)
... I'm sorry to hear you're unwell Irishgirl. I noticed that your post is a couple months old now, I am just wondering if you've had any update on your condition as yet? ... (11 replies)

For Gina/Happyelf
May 21, 2005
... even if it was spent being a lab rat!! ... (50 replies)
... o rule out medical causes of depression before concluding that it's psychiatric in nature. Certain things like anemia, hypothyroidism, hepatitis, renal failure, can have symptoms which mimic depression. ... (2 replies)
Hepatic adenoma
Sep 17, 2007
... We meet again. I can address from my experience your 4 questions. ... (96 replies)
... Wow, sorry to hear about your stories. I have had two attacks so far, with mild pain sometimes if I stretch a certain way. ... (5 replies)
... normal. Why not call them back just for the results and tell them you're having a hard time waiting and that the discomfort is causing you stress? ... (8 replies)
Scared
Jul 25, 2005
... or even if you're outside of the US. ... (19 replies)
... where you belong!! ... (50 replies)
... I was wondering how things turned out. ... (21 replies)
Clueless
Apr 5, 2006
... First of all, I know how terribly scary this is. I had high liver enymes in January, and kept thinking of every terrible thing it could be. ... (5 replies)




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