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... Your numbers are high and seem to be heading in the wrong direction, but I've read of patients with numbers twice what you have so things could be worse. When your liver is really sick it lets you know. ... (9 replies)
... She said they are the same and haven't gone down OR up. I'm so disapointed and worried right now. ... (9 replies)
... what are the dangers of having constant high liver enzyme levels (2 replies)

... I have AIH. I am 34 years old with an 8 year old son. My ALT was 486 when first tested 3 months ago and they are now at 220, but man my liver biopsy results came back and were REALLY bad. ... (3 replies)
... Well I went back 2 days ago, and the doc told me again the enzymes where to high, but they had gone down slightly. He said that last time the levels where 5 times more than average, and now they are 4 times more than average. ... (3 replies)
... Girl golfer...Call your pharmacist and ask him what the side effects are on the drug you are taking. Ask him if it could possibly raise liver enzymes. ... (6 replies)
... your renewed desire to help others. As in any area of life, knowledge is power, and the more ppl are educated abt hep and liver disease in general, the sooner we can thwart the spread. Many ppl have no idea there are 5 different hepatitis strains now. ... (14 replies)
... What a sweet letter. Boy, did I need it. We got into Another argument today, and I have to admit I started it. I was so frustrated over his lack of care, and I lashed out, wanting to hurt him. I can't hold his hand through this, and I'm not going to try. Right now, as I'm waiting to hear whether or not I've got hep, or whatever ever is going on, I've been thinking about all... (14 replies)
... YOU ARE NOT to blame for HIS shortcomings!! Do not let him do that to you. You're a good person who gave birth to 3 children and right now is dealing with A LOT. ... (14 replies)
... r an hour or two. Then he says that he does it because I act like I don't want him around. Well, hell, I don't when he's not even capable of trying to understand what I'm going through. ... (14 replies)
... Having an ultrasound at this point would help alot in determining just what those "nodes" are, or were? ... (14 replies)
... The Vitamins are great for you but not known to lower liver enzymes... ... (14 replies)
... it's like, "great, I'm freaked out abt high numbers, but stress can make them go up even more!! Now what? ... (14 replies)
... were high risk for hepititis C, along with people who did a lot of drinking, and other things. ... (14 replies)
... provided you can find the cause and fix it. For perspective, Hepatitis A can result in enzyme levels 10X what you're seeing and most recover from this without substantial damage. ... (3 replies)
... which are about twice what they usually are. Upper level for AST Lab range is about 40, and ALT is 67. Bilirubin is 1.1. ALP is about 64. This has happened within the past six months. ... (9 replies)
... I had acute pancreatitis as a kid due to trauma. My pancreatic enzyme levels skyrocketed, and I had pseudocysts. ... (2 replies)
... Liver labs can be difficult to interpret as there are many different causes for elevations. LFT's are also rather fluid and dynamic and can change quite a bit over relatively short periods of time. ... (2 replies)
... Vandallisa, from my point of view your enzymes seem high. Mine are less than tree times that amount and I AM concerned. Thanks 'Bill' for all your insite, I apreciate it and am learning quite a bit. I'll have to see what the Dr. ... (9 replies)
... Anyways, my question is does anyone have any ideas, stories, hypotheses, etc as to what this could be? ... (9 replies)

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