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... just what exactly ARE the liver labs looking like? ... (2 replies)
... He has also become interested in my liver enzyme levels the last year and a half or so. ... (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)

... With that out of the way, it sounds to me like your liver still has plenty of miles on it. ... (5 replies)
... and the two other functions are pretty high out of range. the ast and alt are way above the norm. these two have to do with your liver. the glucose is kind of governed in the pancreas. ... (5 replies)
... I quit drinking 2 years ago and was just diagnosed via ultrasound with dense fatty infilitration. I've read that fatty liver can be confused with cirrhosis, etc. ... (18 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)
... only it is VERY common to have totally normal bloodwork and still have some major destruction going on in the liver and the kidneys. ... (7 replies)
... get copies of all of your records,espescially those very important labs that are routinely done.all of them.then keep the most up to date info in some sort of a file that you can take with you,everywhere. ... (6 replies)
... Anyway I had the appointement with my doctor and found out the new numbers are ALT 315, AST 88. These are the highest yet, and after they went back almost to normal. ... (30 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)
... The TSAT is what would confirm or rule out iron overload. It ideally should be in the middle third of the normal range. ... (3 replies)
... Back in January, after doing a metabolic blood panel for a annual physical, I had elevated ALT and AST numbers. ... (1 replies)
... I had been having chronic issues with fatty liver and insulin resistance for several years before I dug deep into the internet and learned what really is making modern livers miserable... ... (3 replies)
... Is the LDH = 290 a very high number anyone?, mine is not to far off that level. I am finding it hard to get information sally135, I am no expert ( this is why I am on this website) but from what I can gather your ALT, AST and GGT are well outside normal ranges and are flagging something (5 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)
... ember when researching the advantages and disadvantages of artificial vs porcine valves, one of the disadvantages with artificial valves is that they rupture red blood cells as the little doors of the valve slam shut against the frame of the valve. A process known as hemolysis. ... (3 replies)
... ly radiates to the back. Because it was worse after eating large amounts and things the doctor thought it was the gallbladder and sent me for an ultrasound and blood work. The ultrasound came back negative for gallstones, but my liver enzymes were elevated according to the doctors office. ... (1 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)
... what exactly IS your bili number and what is that labs particular referrence ranges? ... (7 replies)

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