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... I just didn't know what to do. ... (3 replies)
... I'm sure your doc isn't too worried about this. Most doc's don't sweat mildly elevated ALT until it is double the normal high limit in the labs range. It's just not the kind of thing you want going on for long periods of time. ... (4 replies)
... Based on everything you are saying, I would say that your ALT isn't your most pressing problem. ... (4 replies)

... I too had a mildly elevated ALT at the start of the year, just after a hard work out that was part of a New Year's resolution. ... (1 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)
... retested. Then if the results are still high and similar, an ultrasound test should be performed, and additional tests until a reason for the high liver enzymes is found. If the results are in the normal range, then it recommends to just monitor on a periodic basis to insure no additional abnormal results. ... (2 replies)
... My doctor said he didn't know what it could be, and wanted to do another test in 3 months. ... (5 replies)
... and have quit that altogether. I have high alkaline phosphatase and mildly elevated ALT, had an MCRP, and have occasional pain in the RUQ under the rib cage. This is not consistent and I may go for days without any. ... (4 replies)
... They were mildly elevated at 54 3 years ago but in the last few months ALT has gone up to 190. Ofcourse I am very worried and not sure what that level signifies? ... (1 replies)
... he PBC though because my biopsy also showed signs of bile duct damage and though it said the biopsy as a whole supported the diagnosis of AIH, it also said there is a possibility of overlap syndrome with PBC. Now, every autoimmune marker I was tested for came back negative. ... (106 replies)
... Sorry you've had to go through so much and yet to have any answers. That's kind of what I'm afraid of right now. I really don't know much about anything so I don't have much advice to give. ... (106 replies)
... Hello, your post caught my eye as I can def relate to what you are going through! I got Penumonia about 10 years ago and ended up in the ER during their routine battery of blood work my Liver Enzymes came back elevated. ... (106 replies)
... No idea about the fever, but that is why you go to doctors. ... (3 replies)
... From what I have read AST is not as liver specific as ALT, but a more general body chemistry related enzyme. ... (1 replies)
... ALT is typically around 7 to 56 or 5 to 50 give or take some. ... (4 replies)
... Biopsy results show that I do not have autoimmune hepatitis or PBC. Results show that my liver is irritated, but likely due to some kind of allergy or allergic reaction to something. It showed that my liver is irritated but otherwise healthy. ... (0 replies)
High ALT results
Oct 16, 2006
... An ALT of 45 is very mildly elevated and whilst there's an underlying cause, 45 is definitely nothing to be stressed over. ... (1 replies)
Elevated Enzymes
Mar 21, 2006
... Back in May 2005 my levels were ast 44, alt 70... ... (3 replies)
... At the Red Cross they check the hematocrit before a donation, but not the actual iron levels or RBC. I don't recall what me ferritin was before donating but I believe it was in the 130 area. ... (2 replies)
... but they can also be within the normal range, even with advanced fibrosis if inflammation is low, as when an alcoholic with liver damage stops or reduces his drinking. ... (17 replies)

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