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... I apologize if this is incoherent, I'm very shaken up. ... (1 replies)
... She said that if any enzyme in the liver is less three times higher than the highest normal, then they consider that as a problem especially when it is one enzyme like my case. She said it is sort of normal. ... (4 replies)
... just what exactly ARE the liver labs looking like? ... (2 replies)

... there is a very direct possible brain issue with liver disease but it is normally seen in later stages of active liver disease.the ammonia levels. when there is an abnormal 'processing' going on within the liver,the protien that is normally broken down in the liver as ammonia is simply cleared normally. ... (16 replies)
... and a long history of heavy drinking. I have no other symptoms of liver disease. At any rate, my question is, why see a doctor about it? ... (6 replies)
Liver Disease??
Sep 20, 2005
... MG a day, 6 in the morning and six at night. ... (37 replies)
... He doesn't seem to recognize that I'm in pain, in fear, in anger, and maybe a little bit of denial. ... (14 replies)
... SGOT levels are very high and I was just released from the hospital and doctors still aren't too sure why they are this high which is leaving me very uneasy. ... (3 replies)
Lab Interpretation
Jul 13, 2012
... which is why I am asking. ... (10 replies)
Lab Interpretation
Jul 13, 2012
... The BUN being borderline low might just be from slight overhydration. High bilirubin in this range can be from a hereditary enzyme deficiency and is benign but can cause visible jaundice in the eyes when fever, exhaustion, dehydration or illness occurs. ... (10 replies)
... long, unprecedented drinking spree that landed me in the hospital to detox. While there, they of course did a liver panel, which showed elevated enzymes and bilirubin, although they weren't alarmed by the results. ... (1 replies)
... yes,your reading would be considered high or out of range. ... (1 replies)
... and liver enzymes were elevated ! ... (1 replies)
... I guess I worded that wrong. You can't walk into a Dr's office and state you want a biopsy of your liver without the Dr having any prior knowledge of your liver state. They aren't just going to order a liver biopsy without knowing if you have a problem with your liver. ... (7 replies)
... you're healthy enough to be typing a message here on Healthboards. Usually liver damage done with large doses of Tylenol cause severe liver damage fairly quickly. HOWEVER, that said, you should probably be careful from now on, and not mix the two. ... (2 replies)
... Tryglycerides 169, should be 150 or below! But compared to last time thats a big improvement, so its contributed to my poor diet and alcohol as why my numbers were up! ... (7 replies)
... according to everyone else anyway! Nessie had the same problem. Mine presses in close on the left side so that's why the dr says it's causing nausea and 'fullness'. ... (69 replies)
Milk thistle
May 19, 2005
... Milk Thistle extract works in several ways. First, it strengthens the outer membranes of liver cells, preventing penetration by liver damaging substances, such as alcohol or mushroom toxins. ... (1 replies)
... I would suggest typing the following in your browsers search engine, "interpretation of liver enzyme results" and it should point you in the general direction of some sites with some answers for your own knowledge. ... (1 replies)


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