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... ough these forums and have found a great deal of information. I was hoping that I could post some information from my latest blood test that has me quite worried in hopes of getting some feedback. ... (0 replies)
... issue shows up better on CT scan. I would not worry about a single CT scan exposure. Radiation concerns are not a problem unless you've had many CTs. I think the high bilirubin is more a problem than the low lipase. ... (10 replies)
... I had upper left pain in the stomach so I went to my doc and she said take some blood tests. ... (10 replies)

... Went to my regular doc and did a blood test. the nurse called me with the results and advised that my bilirubin level was high and made me an appointment with a specialist. ... (6 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)
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... if not, ALWAYS make certain you obtain all copies of ANY actual testing that is ever done on you. and i mean anything, like CTs or MRIs or ultrasounds, stuff like that? ... (3 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)
... just what did your bloodwork say about your overall liver functions? ... (2 replies)
... before, Labs use different "values" or "ranges" so I don't know what your lab considers normal range. ALWAYS, ask for a copy of your lab results from your doctor! It will explain the ranges they use. ... (1 replies)
High bilirubin
Jul 20, 2004
... and I am NOT in the health care field, so please don't take anything I say as medical advice. ... (1 replies)
High bilirubin
Jul 16, 2004
... Have been posting messages regarding my 15 yr. old son on the Addison's and thyroid part of the board. Today's doctor apt. revealed to us that his sligtly elevated bilirubin was further elevated during his most recent blood test, taken two weeks ago. In May 2002, it was 1.6. ... (1 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)
... 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)
... you can have high AST ALT with normal bilirubin. In fact high bilirubin is a sign for cirrhosis. ... (3 replies)
High liver emzynes
Jul 11, 2010
... cell damage that is allowing these enzymes to escape to the bloodstream. ... (1 replies)
... destructive behavior. So many people would have been out the door long ago with such a mate resistant to seeking help. ... (10 replies)
... Sorry about the grammar, I meant to say "my" husband and his "showed". My granddaughter was climbing all over me. If you need to know anything else, I have a copy of what is normal in a blood work. Don't hesitate to ask. ... (4 replies)
... w. our son was showing some real subtle symptoms like occasional tummy aches along with occasional nose bleeds. he actually saw an NP too for his sports physical to play football and ONLY because he suddenly didn't 'feel" like playing at the last minute is the reason he is alive today at all. ... (3 replies)
... Hi there. This is a followup....we went to see a peds gastroenterologist on Monday. We were there 2.5 hrs. We went through a lot of information. They asked us A LOT of questions. ... (0 replies)


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