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... just what exactly ARE the liver labs looking like? ... (2 replies)
... I would like to hear how you are making out, as it sonds familiar. When you say you have stopped taking your pills, would that include a cholesteral pill, if so what one and the dose? ... (2 replies)
... 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)

Mild Fatty Liver
Feb 6, 2015
... Your doc is right, mild fatty liver is common enough in the US. It usually doesn't cause most folks much trouble as long as it stays mild and enzymes remain in normal range. ... (2 replies)
... I had 2 benign tumors removed laparoscopically from my liver 4 months ago. ... (0 replies)
... Please let us know what your GP says. I'm sure if he thought there was a problem you would have gotten a call. ... (7 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)
... unts 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. They done a full abdominal ultrasound, including the liver. ... (1 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)
... With that out of the way, it sounds to me like your liver still has plenty of miles on it. ... (5 replies)
... ce every form of hep just IS a bit different from the others. either way tho, i would still get her retested if only to rule it out here as a possible. this just what getting ANY good solid Dx is about unfortunetly, alot of testing things and ruling out along the way. ... (1 replies)
... it kind of comes down to a couple of factors really. number one,how long have you been taking what i am assuming is tylenol based meds? ... (9 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)
... I just have to ask this,just how old are you? ... (6 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)
... First you need to find out just what the doc ment by "inflammation'. ... (9 replies)
... ins, which we later found out were do to pancreatitis. During the series of tests for pancreatitis, they found a tumor in his kidney. Now his pancreatic enzymes are normal but his AST and ALT are still elevated. They did a Ferritin test which was very high. They tested for Hepatitis B and C, both negative. ... (1 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)
... while all other liver numbers are normal. This always alarms me. My highest ALT number was 72 a couple of years ago. ... (1 replies)
... Also, you said that your numbers were high, are they close to what my husbands are? ... (9 replies)


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