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... Thank you so much for your help. You are really helping me feel a lot better about this. I was under the impression that I should never drink and became super paranoid about doing anything... if you don't mind me asking, how are you so familiar with all of this? ... (8 replies)
... is 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. Taking aspirin or other meds could increase the levels. ... (8 replies)
... Based on everything you are saying, I would say that your ALT isn't your most pressing problem. ... (4 replies)

... Hi: I also have auto-immune disease (Sjogren's Syndrome) and highly suspect that I have PBC. I have never drank (or smoked) but my AST and ALT have been elevated for a few months. I am to have a biopsy soon as my iron level is way out of whack at 471. Anyone have these similar numbers with their liver? I know Sjogren's can destroy the small bile ducts which can back up... (2 replies)
... was my sgpt and when the gastro called with all the blood results he said it was slightly higher. The weird thing is, my alk and ggt and ldh are all in normal range. ... (21 replies)
... I'd get it over and done with so you can begin to feel better! ... (21 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)
Elevated GGT / ALT
Aug 29, 2014
... I have a few questions and am looking for guidance on what my results may be leaning towards. ... (1 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. ... (7 replies)
... Tests were repeated after three weeks and were still the same. ... (6 replies)
... Your ALT is probably a bit high, as is your AST. ... (4 replies)
... I'm 26 and when I was 24 I went to Dr because I didn't feel well and was tired all the time. After blood work I was Diagnosed with Hypothyroidism and started treatment right away. My Dr was also very concerned with my liver enzymes and did a liver function test. ... (1 replies)
... On Monday, as a part of annual physical, my enzymes were tested and slightly elevated over what they normally are. ... (1 replies)
... Alright. But YOU, and your physician should remain aware of any autoimmune issue. As I mentioned previously, my PBC was caught just as it had started. ... (19 replies)
... He told me the nodule was not anything to be concerned about at all and was just fat deposited in more concentrated areas. So I am no longer concerned about that. ... (19 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)
... that can cause your liver enzymes to be elevated. Also there are other factors that can cause it as well , but I dont think that tylenol or anything like that would have them elevated for that long. ... (4 replies)
Elevated Enzymes
Mar 21, 2006
... Back in May 2005 my levels were ast 44, alt 70... ... (3 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)
... My liver enzymes went up in January of this year and I have been concerned ever since. ... (4 replies)


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