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... what do high levels of ast and alt mean? ... (0 replies)
... feel weak and have a very diminished appetite and believe I have slightly swollen glands. I am 34 yrs old, male, and maybe 30lbs overweight. I don't drink but do have a history of tobacco use. Diet is nothing to write home about but not out of control. ... (2 replies)
... well, back again!! no!!! I went in to my gastro today to get my LFT results from a week ago and my ALT is still not normal. ... (24 replies)

... I do not drink, not even ocassionally, last drink I had was over five years ago, before I had my daughter. ... (1 replies)
... I have been recently diagnosed with the hepatitis c virus. I went for an ultrasound of the liver and was told that I have 2 tumors. Now they want to do a CT scan. ... (1 replies)
... e check, andthat GGT IS most definitely an 'add on" type test, unless your particular doc actually jusdt routinwely adds this into all HIS hepatic panesl,ya know what i mean? ... (3 replies)
... I'm glad to hear that my levels aren't high enough for a biopsy. I can handle a sonogram and a CT scan, but I'm claustrophobic and can't do an MRI without major sedation. ... (11 replies)
... After this, it's usually a liver biopsy, although they don't go for this option with your levels as they are. ... (11 replies)
... This is an enzyme made in the bile ducts. High levels may mean problems with the liver's bile ducts. ... (66 replies)
... Hi All... I am new to the board. I was just doing some surfing to find out why my husband's test results may be so high or what it could be indictive of... He has general had high blood pressure. ... (1 replies)
... The enzymes are produced when liver cells are damaged, and a healthy liver can spike very high enzymes when inflamed because it has a lot of cells giving off enzymes after inflammation occurs. ... (17 replies)
... Have you been taking any medication for the high AST and ALT results? ... (2 replies)
... Hi can anyone tell me about the levels I know they are high but how high can they go and what does it all mean exactly am I really sick. ... (5 replies)
... Anyway I had the appointement with my doctor and found out the new numbers are ALT 315, AST 88. These are the highest yet, and after they went back almost to normal. ... (30 replies)
... My first blood test was in Jan when my ALT was 80 something. In May it was 97 and a week later 92. The doctor ordered hep test which came back negative. ... (4 replies)
... Hi BillinSD I did Ferritin test and it is 179 (25-200) My ALT is 16 (4 - 43) ALK PHOS 53 (30-110) so it is your opinion that i give blood 4 times (30 x 4 = 120) to bring down this level to 59? (8 replies)
... hi, this excess iron may not be problematic unless additional oxidative stress occurs, which is what drinking again can do, however even moderately high iron can cause problems when combined with the oxidative stress from alcohol. ... (8 replies)
... A tip on when you meet with your physician. Take a notebook and write down what he tell you. This will remind you to get clarification on what he says and what the "gastroese" terminology means. ... (19 replies)
... is this like the liver flap. I did get the dr to do labs. I have only gotten the ammonia level so far which was 71. I have read alot of info about blood ammonia levels and what the test actually means concerning HE and liver disease. Does the single reading not mean much? ... (0 replies)
... It all started back in Dec. last year when I had bw done because of my high blood pressure to check my cholesterol and triglycerides. The bw showed that 2 of my liver enzymes where off but the Dr. ... (19 replies)

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