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... Thanks for the kind words Gopikrishnan... ... (7 replies)
... The cause of high liver enzymes is a VERY loaded question because there are many many things that can cause it. ... (2 replies)
... 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)

... 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)
... Tylenol IMHO causes a lot of damage to some peoples livers even in normal maximum daily doses. My house growing up was anti tylenol, and so when I had my own house we became anti tylenol. ... (3 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)
... went to ER, everything came out normal except Elevated liver enzymes. The CT scan incidentally found a liver mass, very small at 1 CM. ... (0 replies)
... eight, and active. We went to an Endocrinologist who felt that her shakiness may be due to not drinking enough during activities. He also checked for an enlarged liver and reported no concerns. ... (1 replies)
Liver Enzymes
Dec 1, 2008
... 2 Yrs Ago I Was Told My Liver Enzymes Were Elevated Very Soon After I Found I Was Pregnant And Assumed That Was The Reason But A Few Weeks Ago I Was In A Lot Of Pain I Had A Ct Scan Done And Found That I Have An Enlarged Spleen And Liver After More Blood Work My Enzymes Are Still High Can Any One Tell Me What Causes This I Have Researched Til I Am Blue In The Face I Don't... (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)
... My husband donates plasma 2 days out of the week.... ... (1 replies)
... I tend to agree with your specialist. Don't fix what ain't broken yet. ... (30 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)
... 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)
... 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)
... Yes the body I guess does work in mysterious ways considering nobody seems to be able to figure out what is wrong with me, or even if there is anything wrong to begin with. ... (30 replies)
... Hi Meatball! Hope you are feeling better today. Any new from the dr? ... (21 replies)
... Just a small nitpicky thing. Those liver enzymes that you're talking about are not liver function tests...they're markers of liver inflammation... ... (19 replies)

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