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... Yes, I can just reiterate what a number of other sources have stated (obviously some of them must be officially documented) and they state that intense exercise can raise liver enzymes for a short period (maybe several days). How intense must that exercise be, I cant tell you and I am sure it varies from person to person. As for "herbal supplements raising liver enzymes"... (13 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)
... Hi bri... No need to waste a perfectly good panic just yet. Elevated liver enzymes are cause for concern, but doctors don't usually get alarmed until they are over double the normal upper limit. ... (1 replies)

... I tend to agree with your specialist. Don't fix what ain't broken yet. ... (30 replies)
... I have recently turned 30 and I have been monitoring my liver enzymes with my Doctor for going on a few years now. ... (1 replies)
... liver related. I can relate to so much you are going through, almost like a mirror image of myself. ... (28 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)
... In early January I had some abnormal liver function test results. ... (13 replies)
High Liver enzymes
Jul 30, 2008
... High liver enzymes can be many many different things, and much of it is based on your current health history, drug exposures, infectious exposures and other things you can't control. ... (16 replies)
... so we had to be a bit more creative there.but the thing is,if you have ever read the Rxing literature regarding depakote,it states right in the lit that depakote can cause liver problems and elevate certain enzymes and for this reason alone,your labs need to be done on your liver at least every other month. ... (1 replies)
... Girl golfer...Call your pharmacist and ask him what the side effects are on the drug you are taking. Ask him if it could possibly raise liver enzymes. Some doctors tell you no a drug can't do this or that, but I have found several to not have a clue to the side effects of drugs. ... (6 replies)
... Fatty liver would have been detected on the ultrasound as well as any abnormalities. ... (66 replies)
... I've never heard of the diet, But the acetiminophen overdose could have maybe caused liver damage? ... (1 replies)
Liver enzymes
Dec 25, 2003
... i don't know what my test numbers are but my doctor called and said they were elevated.they want me off of alcohol and tylenol for 2 weeks and then be retested again. ... (5 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)
... Have you asked your doctor perhaps to stop taking Lipitor to see if your liver enzymes improve? ... (1 replies)
... just what exactly ARE the liver labs looking like? ... (2 replies)
... just knowing if these are indeed raised op off the skin AT ALL really would help to ID them better. there are what are called a "nevis" or a spider nevis too that have like tiny broken little cappillaries kind of surrounding the dots? ... (3 replies)
Liver tested high
Apr 16, 2009
... no new pain. Dr. simply decided to run bloodwork for my liver since he hadn't done so in a few years. ... (2 replies)
... Chiari disease, and it tends to be associated with other conditions where there is hypercoagulability as in PRV. In terms of reading a liver test, basically there are the hepatocellular enzymes AST, ALT and the more cholestatic enzymes ALP and GGT. ... (2 replies)


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