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... ended and the area over the liver is very tender. I can feel pressure on my ribcage where the liver is now pressing against it. Sitting upright for a long period causes pain in the liver area, both front and back. ... (12 replies)
... BillinSD, Thank you very much for your detailed comments. You are totally write about the sensitivity of fatty liver to diet. I was also shocked a recurrence after a small violation of diet. Do you have NASH? ... (3 replies)
... congratulations on the due diligence you've done on monitoring your health. So many fail to keep up with these things if they are not having active and distressing symptoms. ... (3 replies)

Fatty liver?
Nov 9, 2006
... The two most common causes of fatty liver are being overweight and drinking alcohol, although you can get it other ways too. ... (4 replies)
High ALT results
Oct 16, 2006
... An ALT of 45 is very mildly elevated and whilst there's an underlying cause, 45 is definitely nothing to be stressed over. ... (1 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 19.1 and my glucose was a little high too 133. All else shows normal with little or no change so far. ... (19 replies)
... It would be unusual to develop clinical cirrhosis with 3 years of heavy drinking, though not impossible. ... (1 replies)
... I am not sure if anyone is still following this thread but I wanted to give another update. My liver tests are normal now, and I now know why they were high, and I would like to post it here since I didn't see anything about this during my research. ... (30 replies)

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