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... while that just IS a very high bili level, what this means kind of has to be looked at in the more broader sense of what else is also going on too? ... (4 replies)
... y with unknown cause" and was told elevated enzymes are common, but had no bearing. Anything you eat drink or breathe can elevate your enzymes, and fatty liver is very very common. Most ppl have it and don't even know it... ... (1 replies)
... ALT is typically around 7 to 56 or 5 to 50 give or take some. ... (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)
... Michael01 - I just wish I could find a Juicer that was easy to clean........ The ones Ive used are so messy..... This "Garden of Life Living Multi" product sounds very interesting - I take something sort of similar called "Bio-Greens" - it's a powder you mix with your juice and it's loaded with 44 vitamins, trace nutrients, and various herbs. I get it at the Vitamin... (10 replies)
... The aged garlic extract is actully fresh squeezed garlic. It's in liquid form and the article indicated this is best over the powder capsules and is good not just for the heart but the liver as well. The package comes with two 2oz bottles. My Mom used to chew on raw garlic but I just can't do this. ... (10 replies)
... No idea about the fever, but that is why you go to doctors. ... (3 replies)
... advice... We all help each other with our suggestions and advice..... You really have helped Meatball........ Never heard the posts on your troubles... hope all is well... ... (21 replies)
... keeping a record of your results so YOU know what "normal" is for you. Depends on involved you want to get in this. ... (21 replies)
... Those definitely are high numbers. ... (3 replies)
Liver Enzymes
Dec 13, 2003
... No...you are not dying...I promise you. Are you having any other symptoms like abdominal pain? Nausea, vomiting, jaundice? Are you on any new drugs? Are you under stress? Your liver enzymes are SLIGHTLY elevated, and it's nothing to worry about, unless you are having some serious liver related symptoms. The thing with liver enzymes, the values that the lab has are just... (7 replies)
Liver Enzymes
Dec 13, 2003
... I am a 30 year old female and had to recently get blood work. My AST is 62 and my ALT is 115. Can anybody explain what this means? ... (7 replies)
... My ALT AST were slightly elevated in the past but now they are within normal limits, only my ALP is still a tiny bit up, but I found out that the high blood pressure meds I take can cause that. ... (2 replies)
... years ago I go in for a check up, I have mild pain URQ which he thinks is sluggish gallbladder. I get mild pain after a fatty mean or indigestion. ... (6 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)
... this is the LAST thing you need. ... (1 replies)
Cholangitis??
Mar 9, 2015
... My elderly mother developed stones in her common bile duct 8 years after her gallbladder was removed. She became jaundiced, and ran a high fever, dark urine, and had bilirubin level of over 5.0 at that time. ERCP was performed and stones were removed. ... (1 replies)
... alright so I am going to post and run to bed and I am sorry about that and if there are any mistakes in my post, I am sorry but it is almost 2 am. ... (1 replies)
... i believe the low end of norm is like around 70 or 72? ... (5 replies)
... As for your results. Your ast and alt are minimally high and could be considered normal. Your platelets are also minimally low. The remainder of your tests can't be determined without the range. Difference medical labs use dissimilar ranges. ... (1 replies)


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