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... I'm having very similar issues to some of the posters on here ... ... (106 replies)
... what were your ultrasound results? (106 replies)
... Hello, your post caught my eye as I can def relate to what you are going through! I got Penumonia about 10 years ago and ended up in the ER during their routine battery of blood work my Liver Enzymes came back elevated. ... (106 replies)

... Fortunately I can cross a large number of these off my list of possible issues. I'm really not too concerned with the liver enzymes alone as I know that doesn't necessarily mean something is terribly wrong. ... (106 replies)
... As to the high liver enzymes, all that extra strenght Tylenol will elevate liver enzymes. So will having a virus, which could have been the source of your fever. ... (3 replies)
... I am aware of some supplements that may be dangerous for the liver.... ... (13 replies)
... for many years and never had any trouble with this. Liver enzymes were always normal. I also have never had a sweet tooth and never cared for sodas. I prefer unsweetened Ice Tea with meals during the day. ... (12 replies)
... My first thought would be to ask if you are on any meds, as many can cause liver enzyme elevation as side effects. So can some supplements. The other question would be related to alcohol intake. ... (4 replies)
... I got Penumonia about 10 years ago and ended up in the ER during their routine battery of blood work my Liver Enzymes came back elevated. ... (1 replies)
... welcome to HealthBoards! Alcoholic Liver Disease is really tricky to detect and measure in its early stages so it's really difficult to say if your symptoms might "sound like" ALD. ... (7 replies)
... liver related. I can relate to so much you are going through, almost like a mirror image of myself. ... (28 replies)
... and 120 grams of fat per day to your diet in addition to the alcohol. And since "fast food" usullay has lots of calories and fat itself it's no wonder you gained some weight......... ... (22 replies)
... Happyman, many thanks! Yes, "they" are trying to cut back on our supplements that we are able to buy. I am rather fortunate in some respects as I have to make many trips to America with my work each year and thus can source the things I want whilst there. ... (9 replies)
Liver Enzymes
Jan 18, 2004
... Funny thing, I was going to ask the very question that you posed. I have been taking Zocor for 9 months now, and had one liver function test. It came back normal. I have asked my doctor for another one, 6 months since the last test, just to see if everything is ok. ... (1 replies)
... moderately elevated enzymes like yours aren't all that alarming, short term. Problem is, you don't want to have this occurring over long periods of time. ... (9 replies)
... however it could be from medication or even supplements. HCG shots plus a fatty liver will cause high liver enzymes and may have to be stopped for a period of time. Consult your doctor. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Momjenny, I developed palmar erythema AFTER I quit drinking myself, and also have normal liver enzymes and other blood work results. ... (12 replies)
... days of a blood test. I prefer to try to make sure I have only very very light exercesize to no exercise for two weeks prior to a liver enzyme blood test. This year I ran two half marathons, a 15km, and a 5 km race. ... (1 replies)
... I have been cutting back on supplements for the past couple months to just a few that are not suppose to raise liver enzymes. I have added Milk Thistle to what I take. ... (13 replies)
... What I have read is that either AST or ALT being less than 5 times "normal" is considered by some medical protocalls as being mildly elevated, but warrant addtional monitoring and testing. ... (4 replies)

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