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... I have been recently diagnosed with Fatty Liver Disease. ... (0 replies)
... s just my bilirubin at 25 now. At the time of the last test I was fasting to lose 15 lbs that I had put on. ... (11 replies)
... just what did your bloodwork say about your overall liver functions? ... (2 replies)

Liver Disease??
Sep 30, 2005
... Interesting. But Im telling you what the doctor has told me about how much liver damage I have. ... (37 replies)
Liver Disease??
Sep 29, 2005
... every biopsy is different, some are better than others. ... (37 replies)
... I recently went to the emergency room with what I thought was a kidney infection I had let go too far. ... (1 replies)
... I just got back from my nutritionist and this is what she recommended along with Spirulina for me to take for healing liver ailments. I just bought it at the health food store I swear I feel better already. ... (2 replies)
... which are about twice what they usually are. Upper level for AST Lab range is about 40, and ALT is 67. Bilirubin is 1.1. ALP is about 64. This has happened within the past six months. I admit I'm a little anxious. ... (9 replies)
... until one of the lower floaters started doing it too. Its really funny how all of this stuff is lining up now! ... (4 replies)
... About a week or so ago, I began experiencing pain in the right part of my abdomen. It sometimes would be as low as my hip bone, sometimes as high as my rib cage, and even my back near the kidneys sometimes hurt. At first I thought I had maybe torn a muscle by stretching, so thought nothing of it. ... (0 replies)
... This is called familial lipoprotein lipase deficiency. It can cause low BP as well. The high bilirubin and some of your other symptoms could be from gall bladder disease. This does not always show up on ultrasound. ... (10 replies)
... but what does you doctor saying about ALL your liver blood work? ... (2 replies)
... that depends actually. the fact yopur bili appears to actually be going in this more up and down pattern says 'something' is underlying that is at the very LEAST affecting it, or it would pretty much be the exact same every time kinda thing? ... (1 replies)
High liver emzynes
Jul 11, 2010
... cell damage that is allowing these enzymes to escape to the bloodstream. ... (1 replies)
... eight, and active. We went to an Endocrinologist who felt that her shakiness may be due to not drinking enough during activities. He also checked for an enlarged liver and reported no concerns. ... (1 replies)
... I am so sorry you are going thru this. I know cuz my husband passed a year ago from cirrohosis of the liver due to alcoholism. I don't know what the numbers mean really, but I have my husbands last blood work in front of me now and it was from 4 months before he passed. ... (14 replies)
... 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)
... Thank you Lukey, yes I have read about that! It may well be that when he told me that some people just have high brili levels, that he was refering to that. Thank you for the Questran Lite suggestion, I will see if I can get it over the counter in Canada. ... (11 replies)
... To make a long story short, here is the jist if anybody would like to comment with a word of encouragement or even throw some fear in to me, am open to either. ... (11 replies)
... formation. I can see that you like to manage your own healthcare and that commendable. So many people just say, "whatever my doctor tells me I believe since he is the doctor and not me." When my results came back the liver panel just said normal. ... (2 replies)

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