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... Hi bri... No need to waste a perfectly good panic just yet. Elevated liver enzymes are cause for concern, but doctors don't usually get alarmed until they are over double the normal upper limit. ... (1 replies)
... Hi guys. I'm a 21 year old college student. I was found to have latent TB recently, and my doctor wanted to monitor my liver as well as other things before I was put on medication. It turns out, that my liver enzymes are already elevated! ... (2 replies)
... In other words, if you look the liver enzymes, they will all be raised, but the AST and ALT will usually be almost double than GGT and ALP. ... (6 replies)

... Hi Kate. Fatty liver and elevated liver enzymes are a common enough problem. ... (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)
... alright so I am going to post and run to bed and I am sorry about that and if there are any mistakes in my post, I am sorry but it is almost 2 am. ... (1 replies)
... If she dosent calm it down.... She's going to probably be sorry.... the liver enzymes are just going to keep going up and then her Doc will get on her case...... The reason she dosent yet realize this is because shes only 20........ ... (4 replies)
... moderately elevated enzymes like yours aren't all that alarming, short term. Problem is, you don't want to have this occurring over long periods of time. ... (9 replies)
... Alcohol does boost the ALT, and holiday parties may well keep it from falling back into normal range for your retest date. Liver enzymes are quite fluid, and three weeks of healthy living may well have your "slightly elevated" enzymes back to normal. ... (2 replies)
... Liver enzymes can be misleading. ... (17 replies)
... In reviewing my 2nd liver enzyme test result with my doctor, I shared the flow chart with him. It shows that after 6 months of lifestyle changes that one should be retested. ... (2 replies)
... it kind of comes down to a couple of factors really. number one,how long have you been taking what i am assuming is tylenol based meds? ... (9 replies)
What Else To Do?
Oct 8, 2007
... My husband is 54 went to his PCP for a routine check up to make sure everything is ok. Told the doctor that he wants everything that INS pays for checked. His liver enzymes came back high don't remember how high I think it was 62? ... (5 replies)
Labs just in!
Jun 14, 2007
... t with my GI doc yesterday. Everything looks pretty damn good! My first visit with him 5 months ago involved talk of possibly meeting the criteria to be put on a liver transplant list. Yesterday he told me that right now.. I'm too healthy to think consider it! ... (5 replies)
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)
... mild elevations in liver enzymes really are quite common, particularly in those on statins. Doctors usually don't get too excited about them until they are double or more normal over a series of labs. ... (9 replies)
May 4, 2014
... Hi Lemur and sorry you're still stressing out over this. The only liver lab I recognize from what you posted is the GGT, and a GGT of 72 isn't all that alarming. ... (9 replies)
Very bad results!!
Jan 22, 2014
... cumulative damage, and more an indication how angry your liver is the day blood is drawn for the test. ... (16 replies)
... The good thing, as weird as it sounds, is that they are not high and staying that way. ... (4 replies)
For Gina/Happyelf
May 28, 2005
... Any kind of virus WILL raise your liver enzymes... whether or not you feel crummy I think depends on the kind of virus it is. ... (50 replies)

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