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... just what exactly ARE the liver labs looking like? ... (2 replies)
... it's a good example of what the liver can do if given time. ... (32 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)

... mine is not to far off that level. ... (5 replies)
... I am a 25 year old male. I recently went to the doctor after a month of off and on pain in my upper right quadrant. The pain is more dull than sharp, and rarely radiates to the back. ... (1 replies)
... honestly, it would just make soo much better and plain common sense for a "specialist" in the area where your pain and issues are to also be the one to actually manage that level of pain that is generating it too? ... (3 replies)
... the 'norm' ranges should be listed ON the lab sheet to the far R usually, not all labs ranges are spot on the same. ... (7 replies)
... ger picture when it comes to the true reality of just 'how' any organ is actually doing or what can be going on that just has not gotten to the point where other numbers have lost enough true function yet to 'do' the changes you see displayed in them? ... (7 replies)
... Dr Goldstein and let me tell you....he was absolutely amazing!!! You will be in such good hands!! and Baylor is amazing also!! Incredible care!! I've posted my experience on another thread...but I'm copying and pasting 3 different posts here for you... ... (16 replies)
... a really bad year with a over the top response to SSRIs which totally changed his personality and then once we got him back on track,his "friend' decides to take off with my son still sitting on the trunk of his car,which resulted in a brain bleed and a double skull fracture and a two week long coma. ... (19 replies)
... get copies of all of your records,espescially those very important labs that are routinely done.all of them.then keep the most up to date info in some sort of a file that you can take with you,everywhere. ... (6 replies)
May 11, 2014
... Thank you so much for your reply it really did help me calm down a bit. My doctor may be concerned because of the family history perhaps? ... (9 replies)
... if he is recieving repeated bandings then he has not yet had a TIPS done to help take that very high pressure off from everything that is basically within and above his thorasic level. ... (9 replies)
... f YOUR so called 'docs' hands completely. PMs just know the full impact of tylenol and most will not EVEN rx this to anyone who has to even take daily pain meds. my PM clinic wont use ANY tylenol based meds, only meds containing the narcotic 'only' which ARE availiable? ... (9 replies)
... there is a very 'set" limit on what the manu feels is safe intake. for occasional usage,4000mgs is 'safe" per day. when you are constantly or chronic daily usage comes in to play, that "safe" limit goes down to only 3000mgs per day. ... (8 replies)
... The ultrasound came back with a "fatty" liver due to cholesterol and triglyceride medicine. ... (295 replies)
... and see what happens when you go back for more bloodwork. I think you're fine but it's enough to scare the socks off you, isn't it? ... (8 replies)

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