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... I would like to hear how you are making out, as it sonds familiar. When you say you have stopped taking your pills, would that include a cholesteral pill, if so what one and the dose? ... (2 replies)
... and probably some liver enzyme tests such as B.U.N. ... (11 replies)
... just wait til your untreated liver problems hit the fan.even my 12 year old son went thru many many liver biopsies and many procedures while he was in liver failure,and was amazing during the whole thing.if things should go bad for you,there is always a liver transplant. ... (6 replies)

... em to have a vast knowledge of the subject matter. I'm searching for a direction on my own issue. I have elevated ALT 2x upper limit and GGT 2.5x upper limit. Normal AST, Albumin, ALP, Protein, billi, etc. ... (5 replies)
Mild Fatty Liver
Feb 6, 2015
... Your doc is right, mild fatty liver is common enough in the US. It usually doesn't cause most folks much trouble as long as it stays mild and enzymes remain in normal range. ... (2 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)
... I remember when researching the advantages and disadvantages of artificial vs porcine valves, one of the disadvantages with artificial valves is that they rupture red blood cells as the little doors of the valve slam shut against the frame of the valve. A process known as hemolysis. ... (3 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)
... I am a 25 year old male. I recently went to the doctor after a month of off and on pain in my upper right quadrant. The pain is more dull than sharp, and rarely radiates to the back. ... (1 replies)
... honestly dave, i was living my entire LIFE with an underlying polycystic kidney disease that was creating huge globs of cysts in my kidneys and liver and never knew it mostly becasue i DID feel great and my labs were ALL totally in most cases, even way above the norm end with some. ... (7 replies)
... what exactly IS your bili number and what is that labs particular referrence ranges? ... (7 replies)
... there IS a liver forum here on these boards way down in the 'L" section? ... (4 replies)
... red meat and the higher protein in it that will eventually break down to actual ammonia is THAT problem. ... (28 replies)
... sometimes i know this can stop hep B from actually staying in your system if that is given early enough within like 48 hours? ... (1 replies)
... the ONE very important thing she simply does need soon esp if that specialist appt is further out? ... (7 replies)
... just what exactly ARE the liver labs looking like? ... (2 replies)
... not normal really NEEDS to be further explored for the actual underlying REASON? ... (2 replies)
... the way the lab sheet gets done is the name of the lab is way on the left along with 'her" numbers, and the "normal ranges' are wayyy to the right. ... (3 replies)
... that alcohol just possibly 'could' be slowing things down a bit considering what you were taking back then,you know what i mean? ... (8 replies)
... I quit drinking 2 years ago and was just diagnosed via ultrasound with dense fatty infilitration. I've read that fatty liver can be confused with cirrhosis, etc. ... (18 replies)

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