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... liver function tests and ultrasound and all came back after 10 days of working out i decided to get a blood test.i have alt of 68 and ast of 60.and my ggt is 16 and creatinine is 0.81.The doctor diagnosed me with fatty liver disease and asked me to loose 10 kilos of body weight. ... (0 replies)
... GGT of 310 in a nearly teetotal patient is distressing, but still it is fortunate you discovered this. Many doc's don't include GGT in routine labs. ... (2 replies)
... epped 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)

... Maria, I cannot thank you enough for this information. What prompted the test was a basic "physical". ... (3 replies)
... days after. I went to see the doc, she took a blood test and told me that my levels were very high. AST was 2521, ALT was 4035, LDH was 611. I didn't develop jaundice because my Bilirubin was only 1.8, just a little bit high. ... (4 replies)
... AST were raised, but GGT wasn't tested. ... (0 replies)
... i've had elevated GGT and ALT levels. ... (0 replies)
... This is an enzyme made in the bile ducts. High levels may mean problems with the liver's bile ducts. ... (66 replies)
... glytamyl transpeptidase is an enzyme which is found in hepatocytes and biliary epithelial cells. GGT may be high in liver disease. In particular it is a feature of biliary outflow obstruction rather than hepatocellular damage. ... (1 replies)
... What does this mean when these are the only high enzyme counts in a blood test. If you can find the post "what is wrong with me? ... (1 replies)
Elevated ALT & GGT
Mar 12, 2005
... Don't feel bad my doctor didn't know what it was either hahah. Its an antimitochrondrial antibody. Its pretty specific for PBC which is an auto immune disease that affects the liver. ... (10 replies)
Elevated ALT & GGT
Mar 11, 2005
... I am new here. My husband just had his annual checkup, and found out that his GGT and ALT levels are elevated. ... (10 replies)
... Before my levels went up, they were always in the 20s which is one reason I am concerned and the other reason is the upper right quadrant pain I have been having for almost a year. ... (4 replies)
... Interestingly, I found rebound inflammation is a common occurrence during the early months of recovery. ... (13 replies)
... out of range and nears double ALT this is a major red flag for advanced alcoholic liver disease. ... (9 replies)
... The red blotchy face thing is also known as "Asian Flush" as many Asians metabolize alcohol differently due to a genetic issue. Alcohol is first metabolized into a chemical called "Acetaldehyde", and acetaldehyde is then broken down by a different enzyme into harmless substances. ... (12 replies)
... if my liver levels had not yet normalized. I have no idea what conditions we are looking for, and not knowing is leaving my vary worried. ... (0 replies)
... et as there are many different causes for elevations. LFT's are also rather fluid and dynamic and can change quite a bit over relatively short periods of time. GGT in particular can jump around a lot, and even moderate amounts of alcohol can spike GGT. 383 IS impressive though. ... (2 replies)
... Anyways, my question is does anyone have any ideas, stories, hypotheses, etc as to what this could be? ... (9 replies)
... Iam posting because although I know there are several posts about high ALT Levels on here there arent too many posts asking the same questions as me. ... (2 replies)

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