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... liver, what are ALT readings? ... (1 replies)
... sometimes having 'just" the ALT out of the norm can be for alot of different reasons that really are not always related to the liver itself. certain meds can do this too. ... (1 replies)
... Your readings are marginally above the ranges. Depends on the lab they are tested in, but AST is usually reported between 10 to 40 units, ALT between 7 to 56 units. Doctors may get concerned when they go above 100, some serious liver issues will show reading in the THOUSANDS. ... (1 replies)

... ical recently for the first time in 3 or so years. Have been feeling fine but just wanted to do a checkup. All was well except doc called me yesterday and said ALT was 113 and AST was 82. He recommended stop all drinking for 6 weeks and take another test which he expects that the readings should come down signficantly. ... (0 replies)
... ALT readings were right in the middle of the reference range. This was end of Nov. ... (5 replies)
... Hi...what exactly are the readings of your AST and ALT? ... (1 replies)
... Ultimately, I began to find bits a pieces of informaton on the internet, but wasn't sure what was "truth" and what might be fiction. I had really hoped that this forum would have had more action and people getting back to me about if this was serious or not. ... (13 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)
... I have been cutting back on supplements for the past couple months to just a few that are not suppose to raise liver enzymes. I have added Milk Thistle to what I take. ... (13 replies)
... From what I have read AST is not as liver specific as ALT, but a more general body chemistry related enzyme. ... (1 replies)
Fatty Liver
Jan 26, 2011
... months ago I was diagnosed with Fatty liver because my cholesterol was too high. My AST reading was 42 and my ALT 37. My doctor started me on statins and wanted a recheck on blood test in three months. ... (2 replies)
... I'm assuming that this is the right lobe of your liver. ... (19 replies)
... You've been having thyroid tests. Your Doctor probably wants to do a Liver Function Panel which is Liver specific. ... (4 replies)
High liver emzynes
Jul 11, 2010
... Generally, ALT should be no higher than the 60s, and AST no more that the 40s. ... (1 replies)
... will give you information on your lab tests. It takes more than a blood test to determine extent of damage. After several lfts a pattern can be determined. Only a biopsy can tell accurately a dx and a degree of injury. (1 replies)
... is there any info or sites that equate your blood results to how badly affected you actually are, the point where it cannot heal say alt = 45 what does it mean say alt =245 what does it mean etc... also for alt, ast, ggt......etc timescales of damage, damage limitation thankyou for your help (1 replies)
... Yes, I agree with icehouse. You can google lab blood results to see what normal ranges are. ... (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)
... Back in January, after doing a metabolic blood panel for a annual physical, I had elevated ALT and AST numbers. ... (1 replies)

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