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Elevated ALT & GGT
Feb 24, 2012
... GGT values. My ALT is 67 and my GGT is 72. I am a social drinker, smoker and am overweight, I take Lipitor and Nexium. All other liver values are normal. ... (0 replies)
... while AST is much lower and within range. CRP 4.1, which was high. I know Im in poor physical health right now, lacking exercise and what not which I plan to reverse. ... (9 replies)
... I am unsure what alpha 1 is but is can touch a bit o your ALT ....the test its self is slightly elevated. did you have any other liver Functions tests run. like bilirubin, ggt, alk phosphate, LDH, AST, Albumin? ... (2 replies)

... Based on everything you are saying, I would say that your ALT isn't your most pressing problem. ... (4 replies)
... higher than if you had your test later in the week when you haven't had alcohol in a few days. Strenuous exercise the morning before your test can elevate your ALT too. ... (2 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)
... What I have found comfort in, is that my levels really aren't all that high, but I am still concerned. ... (2 replies)
... Hi out there. I am 52 years old and my ALT has been slightly elevated for a couple of years now. Ultrasound shows fatty liver, hemangioma also. My doctor called and wanted me to have what is called a AFP blood test. ... (0 replies)
... This is negligible. If it is indicative of anything, it has just started. It could even be a marginal error in the test. ... (1 replies)
... checked for an enlarged liver and reported no concerns. The Endocrinologist recommended that I have her lab rechecked in a month to determine if levels remained elevated and then proceed at this point. My concern is why are her levels elevated? ... (1 replies)
... A physical examination was done and the doctor said liver was soft and seems fine. I was asked to take the Hep A and B twinrex vaccination despite the slightly elevated reading. Is that a common practise? ... (1 replies)
... It sounds exactly what i am going through currently. ALT level is 72 when it should be below 40. I have been burping and feeling really run down. ... (9 replies)
... I'm Australian, we love that stuff over here and the Vitamin B content in Vegemite is really high! ... (9 replies)
... Fatty Liver disease is so common that 1 in 5 adults get it at some point in their lives. ... (9 replies)
... My doctor said he didn't know what it could be, and wanted to do another test in 3 months. ... (5 replies)
... I know that no one here is a doctor, and I'm not looking for magical words. Just something perhaps comforting bc I have literally lost my mind over this. ... (6 replies)
... if this is the first time that your husband has had high levels of enzymes it could be due to an infection where your liver is working to clean the blood. This could cause higher levels of AST and ALT. Taking aspirin or other meds could increase the levels. ... (8 replies)
... Maybe you can help me too. My husband's ALT is running 94 and his AST is running 125. The Dr. seems concerned but hasn't recommended any treatment. ... (8 replies)
... I would echo what quincy has stated. ... (2 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)

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