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... i am not too certain what you mean by hepatologist being a 'general term"? ... (8 replies)
... Thanks for the reply. ... (4 replies)
... I dont know much about the meds you are taking, but I your doctor should be able to tell you whether the drug causes liver enzymes to jack up? ... (4 replies)

... Many, many people have NASH. I have it and I am fine. It is there, and it is not killing me. My gastro group is monitoring it and they say so. All fatty liver means is that some fat has accumulated in your liver, so yes you might want to reduce simple carbs and bad fats from your diet and exercise more. ... (6 replies)
... I drank heavily for 10 years. A couple of times I had some very mildly elevated liver enzymes which went back down. the second time the liver enzymes actually dropped within 12 hours back to the normal range. ... (3 replies)
... Tylenol IMHO causes a lot of damage to some peoples livers even in normal maximum daily doses. My house growing up was anti tylenol, and so when I had my own house we became anti tylenol. ... (3 replies)
... My first thought would be to ask if you are on any meds, as many can cause liver enzyme elevation as side effects. So can some supplements. The other question would be related to alcohol intake. A GGT enzyme, not always routinely done, is a very sensitive test to sort out liver injury caused by alcohol. ... (4 replies)
... out of hospital for the last year with severe illness. ... (1 replies)
... D Welcome to the Liver and Pancreas disorder health boards! ... (1 replies)
... About a month ago, I drank too much and woke up early in the morning and vomited. From that point on, for about a week, I felt very ill. I went to the doctor and got a blood check. ... (3 replies)
... I hope your surgery went well! So sorry to hear about the ordeal. I'll find your post in surgery recovery to read more about what happened. ... (3 replies)
... I hope your surgery went well! So sorry to hear about the ordeal. I'll find your post in surgery recovery to read more about what happened. ... (3 replies)
... Have you looked at the possibility of Hemochromatosis? ... (28 replies)
... the better the potential outcome for the patient. ... (7 replies)
Liver enzyme
May 28, 2011
... I went to see a doctor about my Toe nail fungus and he prescribed me two prescriptions one for Lamisil and one to get blood work. He also ordered me to not take the medication until he had seen the blood work results of my liver enzymes. ... (1 replies)
... These pains lasted until about 2 in the afternoon...They were unbearable and I went to the hospital, while there they took urine and blood and I ended up leaving because it was 6 hours and I was still in the waiting room. ... (1 replies)
... y shocked that your doc IS aware of this, as we both are aware, some docs are just soo flippin clueless when it even COMES to truely addressing someones pain and the suffering that they KNOW is also there. ... (9 replies)
... lucy, andf this just IS very xcrucial here. if he has actually ahd NO actual bleeds yet, just how in the heck are they EVEN going to fully 'know' just what veins 'NEED" banding? ... (8 replies)
... Well the good news is it is decreasing. I'm on meds that will make mine spike. That's the only reason I know about liver enzymes. Mine are up now too. ... (11 replies)
... red meat and the higher protein in it that will eventually break down to actual ammonia is THAT problem. ... (28 replies)


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