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... Liver enzymes can be misleading. ... (17 replies)
... eak down to actual ammonia is THAT problem. ammonia attaches very readily to brain cells and can cause its own level of damage too to the brain so higher protien should be avoided with any type of liver disease. this matters MUCH more if you are actually in what is called portal hypertension? ... (28 replies)
... from what I read about the AST relationship to alcohol damge, AST would be very high if it were due to alcohol damage. ... (9 replies)

... Went to the doc's today and he said that when I had the first test done my AST was almost 3X what it should be, the ALT was high as well but not as extreme. After eating really healthy and not drinking at all, etc. ... (9 replies)
... I also tested 48 for ALT but was in the normal range for AST. I suggest you read the messages below pertaining to fatty liver, NASD, high ALT, etc. That's what I did. It takes a little time but you will learn a great deal and your concerns will be eased. ... (1 replies)
... The TSAT is what would confirm or rule out iron overload. It ideally should be in the middle third of the normal range. ... (3 replies)
Very bad results!!
Jan 22, 2014
... cumulative damage, and more an indication how angry your liver is the day blood is drawn for the test. ... (16 replies)
Chem 14?
May 11, 2007
... There were a bunch of different numbers but the only one elevated was my liver enzymes. I had HELLP syndrome 5 years ago and my doctor said this is most likely what damaged my liver. He doesn't seem overly concerned about it and said everything else looked fine. ... (1 replies)




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