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... for the last year and a half or so. ... (6 replies)
... while everything else is normal. I don't have any jaundice signs. The only thing that's been bothering me is mild discomfort in the LOWER right abdomenon. I'd say more in the area of the appendix, but sometimes it radiates a little higher or to my back. ... (4 replies)
... i am not quite certain just what the stated range is about? ... (1 replies)

... Indirect Bilirubin is the result of total bilirubin minus direct bilirubin. Therefore, if your total bilirubin is low or your direct bilirubin is too high you can get negative result for your indirect bilirubin. ... (2 replies)
... You really don't know how appreciative I am that you took the time to respond and are concerned. ... (6 replies)
... Thank you so much for your help. You are really helping me feel a lot better about this. I was under the impression that I should never drink and became super paranoid about doing anything... if you don't mind me asking, how are you so familiar with all of this? ... (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)
... those are some sweet looking labs aside from the GGT. ... (3 replies)
... there, someone with a similar situation might find it and not stress themselves out when they find similar symptoms. I didn't find a whole lot on Hemangiomas of the liver, so I'm trying to document my experiences so far. ... (0 replies)
... This is called familial lipoprotein lipase deficiency. It can cause low BP as well. The high bilirubin and some of your other symptoms could be from gall bladder disease. This does not always show up on ultrasound. ... (10 replies)
... Hi enline2003, a portal vein diameter of 10.1mm is not alarmingly high and normal velocity and direction is also a good finding. The normal size for the portal vein ranges from 6 to 20 mm but in the vast majority of people it is less than 13mm. ... (12 replies)
... When I was in my 20s I remember drinking daily, straight Vodka for a period of a year. When I went for a blood test the doctor ordered me to go have a CT scan of my liver. I asked why, he said to make sure I didnt have liver cancer, my bilirubin was sky high! ... (31 replies)
... Gallbladder issues tend to be episodic, and come and go as stones briefly obstruct bile flow. Large stones can cause a "gallbladder attack", and you'd know it if you'd had one of these. Small stones can cause passing milder symptoms, and generally gum up the works a bit causing symptoms that sound a lot like yours. ... (10 replies)
... Take my advice, I am also a hypochondriac and worry about my liver. YOu went to your doctor and he told you not to worry about it. He is your doctor, TRUST him and don't worry. One thing I have learned is that asking questions in these forums will not give you reliable answers. ... (2 replies)
High liver emzynes
Jul 11, 2010
... Generally, ALT should be no higher than the 60s, and AST no more that the 40s. ... (1 replies)
... destructive behavior. So many people would have been out the door long ago with such a mate resistant to seeking help. ... (10 replies)
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... do you have a copy of the lab sheet? ... (3 replies)
... along with occasional nose bleeds. he actually saw an NP too for his sports physical to play football and ONLY because he suddenly didn't 'feel" like playing at the last minute is the reason he is alive today at all. ... (3 replies)
... I'm new here...as I am reading your numbers I'm wondering what my number means. I went to the doctor today because I'm having weakness and nausea. He told me my ALT wasn't normal, that it is 139. ... (6 replies)


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