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... weeks after delivery I started having horrible abdominal pain and ended up in ER, diagnosed with gallstones. I had my gallbladder removed after another painful attack a week later. ... (106 replies)
... what were your ultrasound results? (106 replies)
... Sorry you've had to go through so much and yet to have any answers. That's kind of what I'm afraid of right now. I really don't know much about anything so I don't have much advice to give. ... (106 replies)

... Hello, your post caught my eye as I can def relate to what you are going through! I got Penumonia about 10 years ago and ended up in the ER during their routine battery of blood work my Liver Enzymes came back elevated. ... (106 replies)
Liver Enzymes
Aug 11, 2010
... After running a quick search I found a few posts that were similar to my issue but not quite the same so I figured I'd repost the question. ... (6 replies)
... it is also actually seeing the organ and checking things like real flow and what may not be flowing thru very critical areas that do give the best overall picture when all put together? ... (7 replies)
... raised liver enzymes. ... (4 replies)
... My thin, fit, husband, who runs 40 miles a week, was found to have elevated liver enzymes during a physical 3 months ago. He rarely drinks, and has a normal cholesterol. The doctor was concerned and told him to have the blood tests redone in 3 months. ... (1 replies)
... Just some info for those who are interested. My liver enzymes were elevated so I got some info from my doctor. ... (0 replies)
... I drank heavily for 10 years. A couple of times I had some very mildly elevated liver enzymes which went back down. the second time the liver enzymes actually dropped within 12 hours back to the normal range. ... (3 replies)
... I got Penumonia about 10 years ago and ended up in the ER during their routine battery of blood work my Liver Enzymes came back elevated. ... (1 replies)
... eed to know what may be creating out of norm labs is to follow up the bloodwork with an ultrasound using the dopler on it to really 'see' into the whole upper GI and much more deeply 'into' the liver for anything out of the norm too. ... (1 replies)
... All other enzymes were normal. ... (1 replies)
Liver enzmes
Apr 16, 2010
... I started running a fever and had severe body pain over a week ago. Doctor could not diagnose. Tough, tough week. Doc finally concluded Epstein Barr, Tests results for that are not in. ... (0 replies)
... these can be indicative of liver disease. these can also be called 'angiomas" too. these can actually be indicative of a couple of things or be a totally unrelated thing too. ... (3 replies)
... Hey Friends! My GI Doc is still confused as to what is causing my enzymes to be elevated and my patience is running thin. We have done two MRI CPs in the past 6 months, both showing nothing but healthy insides. ... (1 replies)
... Hello all, I just joined and this is my first post. I also have been getting severely painful shooting pains generating from beneath my second to the bottom right rib. ... (12 replies)
... I have the same problem. I get Remicade every 8 weeks and my liver enzymes will sky rocket. They have been known to go as high as four times the normal range. This started long before I was diagnosed with RA though and before any meds. ... (10 replies)
... We are still here in Charleston, SC my husband as of yesterday started running a low grade fever, so they did a liver biopsy to make sure rejection wasn't going on or he may have just picked up a little virus. We've not heard yet from the biopsy. ... (16 replies)
... I am sorry you have been through so much, but it is amazing how you've recovered and feel well enough to run marathons. ... (4 replies)

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