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... Hi Kate. Fatty liver and elevated liver enzymes are a common enough problem. ... (2 replies)
... Wanted to provide a short update based upon what I know so far. ... (10 replies)
A liver issue?
Nov 9, 2012
... Depending on that the next step for me was to obtain a Liver Biopsy. ... (3 replies)

... which he termed normal. From what I have read that is a High Ejection Fraction. ... (106 replies)
... His liver function test numbers came back very high...although I don't have numbers at this moment. He has had several LFT the past several months and they have all been very high. ... (0 replies)
... You are correct about the typo. My ALP is indeed elevated but AST normal unlike yours. ... (30 replies)
... I sincerely love you. I am practically crying from your reply. You definitely brought my spirits up and my hopes up. I now understand exactly what you are saying and that info makes me feel much better. ... (24 replies)
... I had extremely high lft's. Mine were in the thousands when I finally went into the hospital. They all thought I had hepatitis A B or C. After 5 panels of negative results, I was sent to a university hospital. There I was finally diagnosed with Autoimmune hepatitis. ... (15 replies)
... my gallbladder's removal my LFTs were always within completely normal ranges. My gallbladder itself was diseased according to the lab report, and only had about a few tiny stones in it. ... (1 replies)
... they found H.Pylori in Jan itself. Then... last month they found yeast. My scan for stomach shows Grade 1 fatty liver and Heptomegaly. Lipid profile is also a bit High. Blood Glucose is normal. This was the first test performed wen it comes to LFT... ERS was 40 wen WBC was done... ... (0 replies)
... Tylenol IMHO causes a lot of damage to some peoples livers even in normal maximum daily doses. ... (3 replies)
Worried Mama ...
Aug 21, 2014
... At first we brushed it off as a new environment, living in an apartment with 3 other girls, and basically college is dirty and full of germs haha! Well, it started to get worse around Jan of this year with very bad reflux. ... (1 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. GGT in particular can jump around a lot, and even moderate amounts of alcohol can spike GGT. ... (2 replies)
A liver issue?
Nov 14, 2012
... So i'm not really certain of the numbers regarding my ALT's, but i have a doc's appointment next week. That should give me a concrete answer to your question. ... (3 replies)
... Very good thoughts Bill! Yea makes sense. believe it or not, my urologist said the same thing about a biopsy! I told him I was worried about my bilirubin because it was .01 over the reference range a few weeks ago. ... (6 replies)
... of her liver that will be monitored, thought this might make you feel a little bit better. May I ask how your scar is now that it's been a few years? ... (163 replies)
... I have been sick for quite a while. Really sick and over the past two years or more it has been getting progressively worse. I dont have health insurance... ... (16 replies)
... indicative of hepatitis, but it is indicative that the liver is having a harder time removing the bile from the blood. ... (12 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)
... Great news!. (24 replies)


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