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... About the range of AST, ALT, depends on the lab. You should keep an eye on your level, no need to be stressed at this point though. But what you do is good, stop the possible cause. Maybe have your liver tested again in a couple of months. ... (14 replies)
... About the range of AST, ALT, depends on the lab. You should keep an eye on your level, no need to be stressed at this point though. But what you do is good, stop the possible cause. Maybe have your liver tested again in a couple of months. ... (14 replies)
... Alright so here's what I got for numbers. The receptionist told me that all counts were fine, but the ALT and GGT were slightly high. ... (66 replies)

... ing to probably be sorry.... the liver enzymes are just going to keep going up and then her Doc will get on her case...... The reason she dosent yet realize this is because shes only 20........ You should try to convince her to drink in moderation so she can enjoy it in the future before it becomes a really serious problem.. ... (4 replies)
... in some, which would push enzymes well past the slightly elevated state you often see in those with simple fatty liver. ... (1 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)
... 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)
... 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)
... I'm Australian, we love that stuff over here and the Vitamin B content in Vegemite is really high! ... (9 replies)
... In simple terms the risen enzymes of AST, ALT and ALP 'could' be an indication but it is like asking if a itchy nose is an indication of an onset of pneumonia. Right now, even though it looks like the enzymes are high, they are what is known as slightly elevated. ... (7 replies)
Can someone help?
Sep 12, 2013
... and low Vitamin D, High sed rate, and high estradiol. ... (0 replies)
... drinker. A week ago, I had an ALT reading of 65 come back during the course of a routine blood test. ... (0 replies)
... I'm trying to figure out what is wrong with me. I am 26 and have a few health issues I am trying to fix. ... (2 replies)
... Started having what I thought was gall Bladder pain a few weeks back. Had an ultrasound that showed a normal gall bladder with no stones. ... (3 replies)
... you can have high AST ALT with normal bilirubin. In fact high bilirubin is a sign for cirrhosis. ... (3 replies)
... milar symptoms. I'm 56 years old. Pain in the right side after eating and then severe pain when digested food passes along the colon where my enlarged right lobe is pressing down on it. Nausea is a problem if I have a meal that has a high fat content. such as a meat dish. ... (12 replies)
... it is just slightly elevated compared to where it was. So I feel much better about that and that having abstained from alcohol for several weeks also probably helped. ... (13 replies)
... Have you been taking any medication for the high AST and ALT results? ... (2 replies)
... What's troubling me is my Liver reading. ... (1 replies)
ALT Reading's
Jan 1, 2010
... t the same time appreciate all the input to educate people going through this process with you, so they can support themselves and have a better understanding of what may be happening to them as well. ... (0 replies)


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