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... I just don't know what all this stuff means for me and sending messages to my dr that takes days back and forth isn't helping. ... (6 replies)
... confirmed by Icotest." From what I've read, bilirubin is never supposed to show up in your urine and if it does, it signifies something going on with the liver. ... (3 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)

... When the tests came back they showed elevated liver enzymes and excessive bilirubin. I'm sorry, I don't have that lab report, but I do have the subsequent labs. ... (7 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)
... I'm afraid the numbers are going to keep climbing.. Then what would I do? ... (21 replies)
... I had chest pain 4 months ago and ended up in the ER where the dr incidentally found a liver mass in the right lobe, very small at 1 CM as well as elevated liver enzymes. ... (3 replies)
... OT of questions. He ruled out Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome because he doesn't vomit A LOT at one time to the point he gets dehydrated. He even wanted our input as to what it "might" be. ... (0 replies)
... months ago had a varice bleed and was in ICU for 5 days and had to have 5 units of blood. He has Wilson Disease, where copper had accumulated in the liver and cause cirrhosis to develop and we were not even aware of this except by blood work a year ago that showed with elevated liver enzymes and a bilirubin count of 3.4. ... (16 replies)
... and GGT, they will probably also throw a bilirubin in there. Usually they are looking to see if the enzymes are raised out of the normal range of values. ... (2 replies)


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