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... I had blood work done yesterday. I have not received a phone call from the doctors office but I pulled my results up online. My ALT is 74 and Vitamin D is 11. I do not drink and I have a small thyroid problem. ... (0 replies)
High ALT results
Oct 16, 2006
... An ALT of 45 is very mildly elevated and whilst there's an underlying cause, 45 is definitely nothing to be stressed over. ... (1 replies)
... this is the LAST thing you need. ... (1 replies)

... I have recently turned 30 and I have been monitoring my liver enzymes with my Doctor for going on a few years now. ... (1 replies)
... It would be unusual to develop clinical cirrhosis with 3 years of heavy drinking, though not impossible. A biopsy is the only way to tell for sure, but if you live outside the USA, there is a test called "Fibroscan" which can indicate how much trouble you may be in. ... (1 replies)
A liver issue?
Nov 9, 2012
... Depending on that the next step for me was to obtain a Liver Biopsy. ... (3 replies)
... I remember when researching the advantages and disadvantages of artificial vs porcine valves, one of the disadvantages with artificial valves is that they rupture red blood cells as the little doors of the valve slam shut against the frame of the valve. A process known as hemolysis. ... (3 replies)
... but they can also be within the normal range, even with advanced fibrosis if inflammation is low, as when an alcoholic with liver damage stops or reduces his drinking. ... (17 replies)
... d to do that GGT as well since as i mantioned above, and also i did a double look at ALLLLLL my sons and my liver labs agin too just to double 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)
... As I always like to say, I'm not a doctor, nor do I play one on the Internet. ... (5 replies)
... The only way to accuarately dx hepC is by biopsi. Can't determine meaning of your blood test without seeing completely. Don't know what "my number" is that your referring to. High alt or ast and could be acute in nature. Your hepatologist will be able to explain in detail. ... (1 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. He would like me to fast for 12 to 14 hrs, then come back and get some blood work done. ... (6 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. He would like me to fast for 12 to 14 hrs, then come back and get some blood work done. ... (6 replies)
High ALT Reading
Dec 22, 2006
... Didn't your brother insist on a copy of the blood test? ... (1 replies)
... to check things in your blood, like platelets, number of red blood cells, etc. ... (11 replies)
... to check things in your blood, like platelets, number of red blood cells, etc. ... (11 replies)
... There is no such thing as a "Liver Count"...... Your Doc is not being very specific..... ... (3 replies)
... I just had my number go through the roof and I don't have cirrohis or hepatitis. It seems that my jaundice was brought on by a prescription drug. ... (1 replies)
... Tryglycerides 169, should be 150 or below! But compared to last time thats a big improvement, so its contributed to my poor diet and alcohol as why my numbers were up! ... (7 replies)
... The TSAT is what would confirm or rule out iron overload. It ideally should be in the middle third of the normal range. ... (3 replies)


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