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... do you have a copy of the lab sheet? ... (3 replies)
... At the Red Cross they check the hematocrit before a donation, but not the actual iron levels or RBC. I don't recall what me ferritin was before donating but I believe it was in the 130 area. ... (2 replies)

... that depends actually. the fact yopur bili appears to actually be going in this more up and down pattern says 'something' is underlying that is at the very LEAST affecting it, or it would pretty much be the exact same every time kinda thing? ... (1 replies)
... sounds good, just push this doc to do the 'right things" for you if you have to. you DO have rights as a patient for "appropriate' care ya know? ... (3 replies)
... now is that time to simply 'push' your GP into doing for his patient, you. if he wont, find someone who actualy cares about their patients. for him to simply blow off high liver labs really IS inexcusable without bothering to follow up on this for you. ... (3 replies)
... One thing that all patients presenting to a physician need to know is that doctors don't diagnose people based on the symptoms alone. This often frustrates patients because they will ask, "Well, my stomach is hurting, why can't you tell me what's wrong? ... (3 replies)
... Urine test, scan of the kidneys, etc. If urine is dark, why would they look at the liver? ... (3 replies)
... I guess I worded that wrong. You can't walk into a Dr's office and state you want a biopsy of your liver without the Dr having any prior knowledge of your liver state. They aren't just going to order a liver biopsy without knowing if you have a problem with your liver. ... (7 replies)
... related blood test indicated high ggt levels as a reason for doubling the premium. I immediately got blood work done through my family Dr. to see what's going on. Results are no hepatitis, kidney and sugar ok. ... (4 replies)
... I'm new here...as I am reading your numbers I'm wondering what my number means. I went to the doctor today because I'm having weakness and nausea. He told me my ALT wasn't normal, that it is 139. ... (6 replies)
... I'm new here...as I am reading your numbers I'm wondering what my number means. I went to the doctor today because I'm having weakness and nausea. He told me my ALT wasn't normal, that it is 139. ... (6 replies)
... I have noticed the normals change for some reason at different labs but this is what they show on my hubbie's chart. My husband has cirrhosis and his numbers are a lot higher than yours. It is very possible that the meds, beer and virus have caused your numnbers to elevate. Don't take any meds until your next test. ... (6 replies)
... My ALT AST were slightly elevated in the past but now they are within normal limits, only my ALP is still a tiny bit up, but I found out that the high blood pressure meds I take can cause that. ... (2 replies)


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