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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)
... certainly appreciate all of your feedback... you have helped answer my questions and put my mind more at ease... i definitely agree with you that people who have elevated enzymes look for support as well as people with EOL diagnoses. I was freaked out when I found out mine were elevated... ... (8 replies)
... So, you can see the ALT and AST a considerable elevation from what it had been previously. ... (6 replies)

... uld have at least 4 beers every night. When I went to the Dr, my enzymes were in the 169 range. I stopped drinking and my enzymes have gotten better. In April my ALT was 26 and my AST was 56, but as of today my ALT is 39 and my AST is 68. I started taking lexapro for anxiety about a month ago... ... (8 replies)
... as I will likely be quitting my job soon. So I need to make this decision ASAP. I can't think of why else my ALT could go from normal, to high, back to normal, back to high. One surgeon told me passing a gallstone could theoretically cause this. ... (3 replies)
... o male. I've had two elevated ALT levels since December 2016. Routine bloodwork showed ALT of 122 in December, then at the end of January, dropped to 34. As of May 15th, back to 100. All other enzyme levels normal. ... (3 replies)
... I feel healthy, so we are stumped as to why my GGT especially keeps jumping. Has anyone seen this pattern? ... (11 replies)
... Also...just curious why didnt my previous doc ever test my LFT's? ... (1 replies)
... I just want to ask a question why is that my ggt is elevated while the other test are normal? ... (2 replies)
... I just want to ask a question why is that my ggt is elevated while the other test are normal? ... (0 replies)
... post hysterectomy. After surgery I was on 2 weeks of Macrobid. I was having reactions to the med but didn't realize it until I was done with it. ER found AST and ALT to be elevated. Ultrasound was normal. ANA normal. ... (2 replies)
... up is the very next level. The AST and ALT numbers are slightly elevated but I have seen much, much higher and may be from a number of things. ... (7 replies)
... os. test is of concern but can be explained by some medications and even eating fatty foods before the blood test which can also causes temporary rise in the AST ALT test. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Annett123 - Thanks for your response. It was actually a routine physical. I do have "high-normal" BP I get checked out ever year (which I didn't develop until I got older & it runs in my family), but otherwise I have no complaints. I did start looking into symptoms of liver problems, & pretty much the only one I saw that fit my was weight loss, but I've been on a diet... (2 replies)
... or trying to understand test results is difficult. I understand and empathize. Why did you have this test done? ... (2 replies)
... Hi Adam, Doctors usually don't get alarmed at elevated liver enzymes until they are about double the upper limits of normal. As your ALT is around this point, I'd say this is something you need to work on. ... (2 replies)
... The pain had been worsening which is why I went back to the doctor after moving to Florida. ... (106 replies)
... ALP were elevated too. I am also anemic. My hep doc decided to just keep a watch on it and run blood work on the basis of every 3 months. ... (106 replies)
... So, that's why your doctor wants to low your liver enzymes. ... (14 replies)
... bloodwork to check my liver monthly. It was fine until April when I went to ER with abdominal pain and was told I had an inflamed gallbladder and gallstones and elevated liver enzymes.I stopped methotrexate. ... (1 replies)


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