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... to bring down this level to 59? ... (8 replies)
... the mere fact that your other hepatics ARE normal really IS a great thing for YOU right now. this IS only 1 particular lab dave and not like a whole bunch of others added to this too. ... (7 replies)
... before, Labs use different "values" or "ranges" so I don't know what your lab considers normal range. ALWAYS, ask for a copy of your lab results from your doctor! It will explain the ranges they use. ... (1 replies)

... Hello, I just read about this because they are doing the same test on me. GGT is nothing to usually worry about by it self if raised. It is only a real concern if you have other levels raised such as Alkaline phosphate, AST, or ALT. GGT can be raised by itself by smoking, artificail sugar in soft drinks, etc. If your Alk. Phos is raised it could be two things, liver... (2 replies)
... ld of that lab report would really help alot if you can post the actual numbers.the biggies for detecting any liver issues would be the,ALT,AST bil level,and the alk phos.these are the big things that my sons transplant co ordinator looks at every month when my son has his post transplant labs done. ... (9 replies)
... as long as the other labs like the alk phos and bili are within the norms, some flucutations in those enzymes is more than likley due to somne level of transient type of issue and not a real underlying disease peocess esp if you had a good normal US too. ... (7 replies)
... bilirubin is normal at only 0.3 and I have no jaundice. MCH is slightly high 32.6 Lipase is on the rise from 33 to 51. Lymphs are slightly low 19. ... (19 replies)
... ratio, direct bili .08 and alk phos 215. ... (0 replies)




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