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... I have a fatty liver also, but mine is from alochol abuse. My brother also has a fatty liver and its from years of taking zoloft so I think some meds can cause this. Ask your dr. ... (7 replies)
... Hey Friends! My GI Doc is still confused as to what is causing my enzymes to be elevated and my patience is running thin. We have done two MRI CPs in the past 6 months, both showing nothing but healthy insides.We feared PSC which is narrowing of the bile ducts which occasionally happens with Crohns patients. ... (1 replies)
... But everyone I have ever talked to about this has always done the recipe I did, or one very similar, so I'm not sure how good they are. I would be interested in hearing from someone who had results from one. ... (16 replies)

Same old story
Sep 16, 2005
... Your doctor is putting you on the pill even though your enzymes are elevated? ... (10 replies)
... nurse to draw blood and let me pee into a cup. I was denied coverage due to elevated liver enzymes. ... (18 replies)
... My liver disease is autoimmune in nature. ... (18 replies)
Liver pain
May 5, 2004
... I do not have insurance so I put off going to the doctor for some time. A few months ago I went and my doctor said it was probably my gall bladder. She did a liver enzyme blood test and it said my enzymes were elevated. ... (2 replies)
... Liver labs can be difficult to interpret as there are many different causes for elevations. LFT's are also rather fluid and dynamic and can change quite a bit over relatively short periods of time. ... (2 replies)
... I am not sure if anyone is still following this thread but I wanted to give another update. My liver tests are normal now, and I now know why they were high, and I would like to post it here since I didn't see anything about this during my research. ... (30 replies)
... ALT and AST are two "enzymes" that are commonly monitored to determine the health of the liver.... but there are other enzymes and blood chemicals which are tested as well in a liver panel blood test . ... (1 replies)
... Are they taking out your gallbladder? ... (21 replies)
... The reason your doctor did all those tests was because it's important to rule out medical causes of depression before concluding that it's psychiatric in nature. Certain things like anemia, hypothyroidism, hepatitis, renal failure, can have symptoms which mimic depression. ... (2 replies)
Fatty Liver
Sep 2, 2003
... First, to be honest, you can't say you don't have NASH if you haven't had a biopsy. That is how they diagnose it. Fatty liver is benign, causes no damage. NASH is when the fat causes damage. You haven't had a biopsy done, so there is NO way to determine what is happening in terms of damage. ... (37 replies)
... Sorry you are having so many problems with the Doctor. You should follow up with a Gastroenterologist, they know better what is going on. Have you had your levels rechecked since those that you posted? ... (2 replies)
... Hi, I am going through the high liver enzyme thing also. ... (15 replies)
... BillinSD, Thank you very much for your detailed comments. You are totally write about the sensitivity of fatty liver to diet. I was also shocked a recurrence after a small violation of diet. Do you have NASH? ... (3 replies)
... congratulations on the due diligence you've done on monitoring your health. So many fail to keep up with these things if they are not having active and distressing symptoms. ... (3 replies)




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