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... 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)
... You can request that they mail you a copy of your bloodwork but that may make your anxiety worse LOL. All of my liver enzymes were normal it was just my bilirubin was elevated. ... (20 replies)
... do this allll the time with every type of 'scan" i have had to have for all my crappy stuff. all you have to do is simply sign a release of information and they can make a copy right then and there for you. ... (3 replies)

... now what's going on". Patients often misinterpret this when a doctor is faced with an undifferentiated problem and is then setting up tests to try to figure out what is causing the problem. ... (5 replies)
Liver Disease???
Jul 11, 2006
... arent horribly high but they have been elevated for over a year and been much higher? ... (2 replies)
... Getting rid of all parasites would be absolutely impossible using clinical medicines that can kill only one or two parasites each. Such medicines also tend to make you quite ill. Imagine taking 10 such drugs to kill a dozen of your parasites! Good news, perhaps, for the drug makers but not for you. ... (3 replies)
... Sounds like youre doing the right thing now, going to a specialist. AIH is a diagnosis that is somewhat difficult to make because the criteria are not clear cut (they base the diagnosis on a point scale that determines really how likely it is you have it). My hepatologist also mentioned that with AIH you usually dont see fluctuations in ALT, just a steady rise. I guess they... (30 replies)
... one alot of reading since I made my last post on some of the conditions people mentioned. I guess I am more worried now.... one of the articles I read said that high ALT numbers prove there is a liver problem it's just a question of which problem. ... (30 replies)
... You've got some pretty high numbers there. ... (6 replies)
... riting to hopefully alleviate your worries. Except for your gallbladder issues, I had flashbacks when reading your post. I had a large hemangioma removed from my liver 6 months ago. It was diagnosed after abnormal blood tests revealing high liver enzymes and it was caused by 20 years of taking birth control pills. ... (16 replies)
... I never knew that they would get results back that quickly... but it kind of does make sense now because the day I had my ultrasound done, my doctor called me within an hour to tell me there was a nodule there and to pick up a MRI rx. ... (20 replies)
... Do what you need to become alcohol free. ... (9 replies)
... t the doctor performed blood test to check if your amylase and lipase levels which would indicate either a pancreas problem or a duct problem. But the fever is what is alarming. You have an infection that does not seem to be going away. ... (2 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)
... 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)
... If you drink any alcohol at all, you are probably asking for trouble. Any alcohol will greatly reduce the amount of tylenol you can safely take on a given day. ... (1 replies)
... Well the good news is it is decreasing. I'm on meds that will make mine spike. That's the only reason I know about liver enzymes. Mine are up now too. ... (11 replies)
... s 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)
... just what did your doc say about your high lab numbers? ... (1 replies)
... there is a very direct possible brain issue with liver disease but it is normally seen in later stages of active liver disease.the ammonia levels. ... (16 replies)

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