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... 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)
... and probably some liver enzyme tests such as B.U.N. ... (11 replies)
... and probably some liver enzyme tests such as B.U.N. ... (11 replies)

... There is no such thing as a "Liver Count"...... Your Doc is not being very specific..... ... (3 replies)
... ribiviran medication which is almost impossible for me to adhere to as presceibed because of communications fumbling between the doctor's office and the insurance company. ... (3 replies)
... 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)
... 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)
... I'm still skeptical of the GGT being a significant cardiac marker though. ... (3 replies)
... The labs are classic for a late middle age chronic drinker who's developed liver trouble, and the ascites is a troubling development. ... (7 replies)
... when I was young and older drinkers would frequently tell me "enjoy it while you can because you can't drink like that when you get older". I never really knew what they were talking about as they were still drinking themselves, but I do now! ... (2 replies)
... Fatty liver refers to when the cells themselves retain fat and swell and this can come and go, in your case mostly due to and in relation to alcohol intake. ... (13 replies)
... Thank you Ladybug. This is the long story of it.... ... (16 replies)
A liver issue?
Nov 9, 2012
... Depending on that the next step for me was to obtain a Liver Biopsy. ... (3 replies)
... Fortunately I can cross a large number of these off my list of possible issues. I'm really not too concerned with the liver enzymes alone as I know that doesn't necessarily mean something is terribly wrong. ... (106 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)
End stage liver
Sep 8, 2011
... s expected 3 month mortality percentage and that is how patients are prioritized for transplant. ... (6 replies)
... what exactly IS your bili number and what is that labs particular referrence ranges? ... (7 replies)
... honestly, i really wish what you mentioned about any doc knowing about the intake of any patients over the top tylenol would actually be true. ... (9 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)


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