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... But, obviously you need furthur testing. Some medications can cause an elevated ALT, as well. ... (2 replies)
... My doctor said he didn't know what it could be, and wanted to do another test in 3 months. ... (5 replies)
... if this is the first time that your husband has had high levels of enzymes it could be due to an infection where your liver is working to clean the blood. This could cause higher levels of AST and ALT. ... (8 replies)

Elevated AST
Jan 7, 2015
... its not considered an emergency as a singular raised enzyme without symptoms. ... (3 replies)
... In simple terms the risen enzymes of AST, ALT and ALP 'could' be an indication but it is like asking if a itchy nose is an indication of an onset of pneumonia. Right now, even though it looks like the enzymes are high, they are what is known as slightly elevated. ... (7 replies)
... IBS can cause increased permeability of the colon which can cause increased endotoxin in the blood. ... (1 replies)
Possible AIH
Oct 11, 2005
... several specialists later, I have had my gallbladder removed and 2 liver biopsies which came out normal. I currently have a positive ANA with homogenous pattern, an ALT of 141, AST of 68 and alkaline phosphatate of 141. ... (0 replies)
AST & ALT??
Aug 27, 2005
... even if they're not double or triple, they're high, and you need some answers. Elevated liver enzymes are very common and, yes, alcohol consumption will cause an elevation. ... (3 replies)
... It's upsetting when you see results and sometimes don't understand what they mean, but your doctor is obviously busy and can't talk to you. Like today, my doctor posted my latest labs and the ultrasound results to MyChart. ... (6 replies)
... I just don't know what all this stuff means for me and sending messages to my dr that takes days back and forth isn't helping. ... (6 replies)
... in some, which would push enzymes well past the slightly elevated state you often see in those with simple fatty liver. ... (1 replies)
... Back in January, after doing a metabolic blood panel for a annual physical, I had elevated ALT and AST numbers. ... (1 replies)
... There is a decrease tendency but an increase at March 14, 2104. ... (3 replies)
... Other than that was normal. GI said it was an inflammation of gallbladder, referred me to a surgeon but he refused to operate as he did not think that my pain was caused by that. ... (106 replies)
... Hi BillinSD I did Ferritin test and it is 179 (25-200) My ALT is 16 (4 - 43) ALK PHOS 53 (30-110) so it is your opinion that i give blood 4 times (30 x 4 = 120) to bring down this level to 59? (8 replies)
... hi, this excess iron may not be problematic unless additional oxidative stress occurs, which is what drinking again can do, however even moderately high iron can cause problems when combined with the oxidative stress from alcohol. ... (8 replies)
... Everybody has gallstones in their gallbladders, but sometimes they can lodge themselves into a bile duct. The galbladder produces and excretes bile onto the food you digest, giving your stools that brown colour. ... (2 replies)
Liver panel test
Aug 19, 2008
... I do know that the first sign my husband had to show he was having liver problems was elevated ast and alt. ... (10 replies)
High ALT results
Oct 16, 2006
... An ALT of 45 is very mildly elevated and whilst there's an underlying cause, 45 is definitely nothing to be stressed over. ... (1 replies)
... He now has to have an ultrasound and further blood testing. Im so worried. Can a kidney infection cause elevated ALT? ... (1 replies)


Associated Tags: abdominal pain, alt, anxiety, back pain, elevated liver enzymes, fatty liver, gall stones, liver enzymes, liver function tests, pale yellow stool, platelets

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