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... Wow, thanks a lot for that information you provided, most of the forums I posted in I didn't get any responses. ... (10 replies)
... In simple terms the risen enzymes of AST, ALT and ALP 'could' be an indication but it is like asking if a itchy nose is an indication of an onset of pneumonia. Right now, even though it looks like the enzymes are high, they are what is known as slightly elevated. ... (7 replies)
... I am 2 years sober. Although never "officially" diagnosed anything other then a fatty liver, Im sure I have done some damage. ... (31 replies)

... milar symptoms. I'm 56 years old. Pain in the right side after eating and then severe pain when digested food passes along the colon where my enlarged right lobe is pressing down on it. Nausea is a problem if I have a meal that has a high fat content. such as a meat dish. ... (12 replies)
... I hope by providing as much information, I'll be able to get help as to how I can reduce my fatty liver reading....... ... (1 replies)
... As I always like to say, I'm not a doctor, nor do I play one on the Internet. ... (5 replies)
AST ALT Levels
May 11, 2010
... I will preface with.... I hope this does not bore anyone, but this is how it all began. I am a 27 year old male. The following is not embelished in anyway. ... (1 replies)
ALT Reading's
Jan 1, 2010
... rt for everyone hear and at the same time appreciate all the input to educate people going through this process with you, so they can support themselves and have a better understanding of what may be happening to them as well. ... (0 replies)
... Chiari disease, and it tends to be associated with other conditions where there is hypercoagulability as in PRV. In terms of reading a liver test, basically there are the hepatocellular enzymes AST, ALT and the more cholestatic enzymes ALP and GGT. ... (2 replies)
... yes,your reading would be considered high or out of range. ... (1 replies)
... Ive been trying to get some info on increased liver enzymes myself my recent blood work showed but it was 733 normal is 120 there going to redo it this tuesday if its still high there going to do a liver biopsy. ... (3 replies)
... First time posting this. My 17 yr. old son just had a physical and they ran a blood test. He is 6 ft. tall 205 lbs. ... (3 replies)
... A physical examination was done and the doctor said liver was soft and seems fine. I was asked to take the Hep A and B twinrex vaccination despite the slightly elevated reading. Is that a common practise? ... (1 replies)
Aug 17, 2006
... Serum Glutamic Oxalocetic Transaminase or AST is an enzyme found primarily in the liver, heart, kidney, pancreas, and muscles. ... (3 replies)
... I always love reading your replies.. They calm me down.. ... (21 replies)
... Serum Glutamic Pyruvic Transaminase or ALT is an enzyme found primarily in the liver but also to a lesser degree, the heart and other tissues. It is useful in diagnosing liver function more so than SGOT levels. ... (4 replies)
... I have had high alt and ast readings during the past 2 years. If I refrain from alcohol for a week or two prior to my physical, the alt and ast are fine. ... (2 replies)
... I think this is an early phase question, or perhaps prompted by my ongoing disbelief at what may be happening to me... ... (2 replies)
... up of blood chemistries. For 5 years, my liver enzymes have been very good, all well within the normal range. ... (1 replies)
... I also tested 48 for ALT but was in the normal range for AST. I suggest you read the messages below pertaining to fatty liver, NASD, high ALT, etc. That's what I did. It takes a little time but you will learn a great deal and your concerns will be eased. ... (1 replies)

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