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... the way the lab sheet gets done is the name of the lab is way on the left along with 'her" numbers, and the "normal ranges' are wayyy to the right. ... (3 replies)
... my son had this one and only one on his upper cheek,right below his L eye for years, that we had NO clue as to what this lil sucker was or even why it was there. even his actual ped doc did not appeear to ahve a clue either. ... (28 replies)
... Just noticed nobody replied to your post, do not feel bad I posted a similar post and nobody answered mine either, after a few days or so I just deleted the post, or as much as I could of it. ... (2 replies)

A liver issue?
Nov 9, 2012
... Depending on that the next step for me was to obtain a Liver Biopsy. ... (3 replies)
... Did she have a liver biopsy? ... (16 replies)
... honestly dave, i was living my entire LIFE with an underlying polycystic kidney disease that was creating huge globs of cysts in my kidneys and liver and never knew it mostly becasue i DID feel great and my labs were ALL totally in most cases, even way above the norm end with some. ... (7 replies)
... like a great little girl. ya know, they had also brought upth the carolies disease with our son too while they were trying to come up with the real actual dx of what in the hell ws going on inside him. it just takes alot of definitive real types of testing to fully understand all of what is behind the symptoms. ... (4 replies)
... what meds are you currently on and what have you been on that you would have been on for a good period of time in the past that you are not on now? ... (5 replies)
... y of my questions as my own gp could, or more. I think everyone here has read and responded to most of my other posts on the main board, and some of my questions are repetitive. ... (195 replies)
... Sadly, there is no medical cure for fatty liver disease. ... (11 replies)
Liver Disease??
Sep 30, 2005
... Interesting. But Im telling you what the doctor has told me about how much liver damage I have. ... (37 replies)
... The dr said I have liver damage but wouldnt say just how bad he did say i have a very enlarged liver right now and that only time coulld tell. ... (1 replies)
... AST floating slightly over ALT isn't supposed to be significant when both are well within normal range, so I wouldn't sweat this. ... (12 replies)
... Fatty liver is at epidemic levels now days so you're not alone. ... (3 replies)
... etaldehyde overload can also produce some brutal hangover symptoms that often begin quite swiftly. Instead of feeling poorly the next morning, MEOS metabolizers are often sick as a dog before they even get home. ... (12 replies)
... Went to the dr with my findings and she concurred right away. Still waiting on some more extensive blood tests so we will see what they say. ... (6 replies)
Very bad results!!
Jan 22, 2014
... cumulative damage, and more an indication how angry your liver is the day blood is drawn for the test. ... (16 replies)
A liver issue?
Nov 14, 2012
... So i'm not really certain of the numbers regarding my ALT's, but i have a doc's appointment next week. That should give me a concrete answer to your question. ... (3 replies)
... but they can also be within the normal range, even with advanced fibrosis if inflammation is low, as when an alcoholic with liver damage stops or reduces his drinking. ... (17 replies)
... Regarding your fears of only a few more years left. From what I've learned, the life expectancy of someone with Child Pugh A disease is 15 to 20 years, not around 5. ... (28 replies)

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