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... Doctor said this test is not reliable! I do not remember what the reason was. One week later after the above test, I had the following test. ... (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)
Is It My Liver?
Aug 15, 2014
... sounds like a trip to the doctor is in order. ... (1 replies)

... I would suggest that tests for hepatitis be done. In your brother's case, visible jaundice in the skin is more than what you see with Gilbert's. That usually causes minimally elevated bilirubin and only slightly visible in the eyes on occasion, like with dehydration, fever. ... (10 replies)
... Hi, this is my first forum post here. ... (4 replies)
Can someone help?
Sep 12, 2013
... Hi, Had blood work a few months ago with elevated liver test and elevated LDH. ... (0 replies)
... Just under a year ago, I began experiencing mild epigastric pain, just behind the nape where the two halves of my rib cage come together above my abdomen. ... (1 replies)
... Hi Louden33, I'm not a doctor and I don't know what the bilirubin in the urine means, but I sympathise with your sadness about having to give up alcohol forever. ... (7 replies)
... My white blood cell count is 3.9, normal is 3. ... (106 replies)
... I am glad you got to see your regular doc and he is referring you to the GI doc, hopefully you will get some answers now! I see the GI doc tomorrow afternoon too and hope I get some answers. ... (106 replies)
... About a month ago, I drank too much and woke up early in the morning and vomited. From that point on, for about a week, I felt very ill. I went to the doctor and got a blood check. ... (3 replies)
... I'm hoping someone can provide me with a bit of perspective and knowledge as I await an appointment with the liver specialist later this month. I learned over the past year that I had several potential medical conditions and am unclear if they are interconnected. ... (2 replies)
... So, he immediately scheduled my mom for a CT that will take place next week. ... (1 replies)
Liver GGT count 90
Oct 11, 2011
... I have recently finnished a 6 month antibiotic regieme for the treatment of TB. ... (0 replies)
... Thank You Still Life, They drew blood today, hopefully the levels have come down since the fever is gone and I have not taken tylenol. They still cant figure out what caused such high fevers. My white blood cell count is low. I am getting rid of the Tylenol. ... (3 replies)
... Last week on Sunday I started with a sudden high fever of 104.1 no other symptoms. ... (3 replies)
... Tonight I went to the er and was suprised to find out I had this liver issue. I have blood in my urine, low grade fever, slight white blood cell count increase, and an increased liver enzyme. They sent me home. They said it's one inch by one inch. Which makes it what in cm? ... (0 replies)
... I am not sure if I am using the medical terms correctly but My Father IN Law age 55 has Cirrhosis. He is on medication since last two years without any problem other then Low Hemoglobin count. ... (0 replies)
... Get a second opinion! And when you do, don't tell that doctor what the other has diagnosed him with. ... (2 replies)
... dl is pretty much the upper limit of normal as far as bilirubin goes. What are your other liver numbers, like AST, ALT, and so on? ... (1 replies)

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