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... I don't smoke or drink. I am a 27 yr old female. Can someone please help solve this mystery of why i'd be having an ALT of 56. Its not super high but still its been elevated on multiple tests. AST is 40. ... (1 replies)
... normal range is 10 to 40 and mine was 57. ... (2 replies)
... I had similar problems when I needed my Gallbladder out.... once i had it out my numbers came down substantially back to normal. ... (4 replies)

... or infection can boost ferritin artificially high, so this is a possibility. This low iron content ferrtin is called apoferritin, and the body pumps this out to attempt to pick up any stray iron floating around that could aggravate inflammatory or infectious conditions. ... (8 replies)
... Best not sweat the iron until you see how high it is... Just be sure your doc tests for it. ... (5 replies)
... Some news we can use on the issue of alcoholic liver disease, and how iron can affect its development and resolution. ... (28 replies)
... Eli, Hang in there!! The pain is from compression of things by the baby most likely and perhaps the tumor also,,but mostly the little human in there. ... (66 replies)
... just what particular findings in your labs is out of range. there are a few different numbers used to gage 'liver counts'. ... (1 replies)
... A friend is very young, does not drink, smoke, etc., but has a bad diet of fattening and high surgery foods. His enzyme level is about clost to 190. Can he get the levels back to normal? ... (0 replies)
... One thing I do know is that when stool is light it means there is not enough bile coming from the gallbladder. Also when bilirubin is high that means there is something going on with the liver. You didn't state what her previous intestinal surgeries were, but is she on any pain medication for it? ... (12 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)
... AST floating slightly over ALT isn't supposed to be significant when both are well within normal range, so I wouldn't sweat this. ... (12 replies)
... for many years and never had any trouble with this. Liver enzymes were always normal. I also have never had a sweet tooth and never cared for sodas. I prefer unsweetened Ice Tea with meals during the day. ... (12 replies)
... Thank you for this, very informative! I'm going to look into Lecithin and Curcumin, makes a lot of sense to me. I'll follow up with my doctor and nutritionist. (4 replies)
... It's frustrating when you can't get a proper diagnosis. Your symptoms do sound more like liver than kidney to me. ... (4 replies)
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... in someone your age, even in heavy drinkers, so I'd trust your doctor. Enzymes typically associated with alcoholic liver disease are AST and GGT, with both usually remaining stubbornly elevated many months into sobriety. ... (3 replies)
... and sometimes metabolic acidosis. The kinds of trouble this creates is complex, and I don't understand it all that well. ... (6 replies)
... No one could have told me anything that would have convinced me to quite drinking at 25, so I won't preach. This said, the worst part of damaging your liver with alcohol is that once the damage is done, you either have to quit or die, so best to avoid damage in the first place. ... (1 replies)
... WOW, this is great to read as I have the same pain etc as BillinSD had. ... (11 replies)
... It's hard to ignore abnormal test results, but when all else fails, you need to trust your doctors. ... (2 replies)


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