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... beer or about 18 oz of alcohol a day. BUT 10 months isnt really a very long time so I agree with you that you probably have done no permanent damage. Very unlikley. ... (22 replies)
... Now, I realize this is not good for me and I'm taking measures to stop. ... (0 replies)
... Now, I realize this is not good for me and I'm taking measures to stop. ... (22 replies)

... our particular situation AND the mere fact that you DID indeed quit drinking, is that you would be treated anything less than the human being you are. you simply DO need help here that ONLY an educated GI or hepatologist can give you right now. ... (28 replies)
... In early January I had some abnormal liver function test results. ... (13 replies)
... Liver enzymes can be misleading. ... (17 replies)
Fatty liver?
Jan 21, 2006
... Fatty liver can happen for a lot of reasons. ... (3 replies)
... Also, I honestly do value your opinion since you have been so helpful to me... so, what is your opinion. Do you think I am still ok to drink once in a while as long as I don't get crazy with it and just keep having the Dr run my Bloodwork? ... (8 replies)
... if this 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)
... First my history. On and off drinking since I was in my 20s. Im 45 now. ... (6 replies)


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