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... I saw a GI specialist today and he went thru all the information provided to him from my last hospital vist last week and my PCP latest reports. He told me about the immune system attacking the liver. He ordered alot of blood test, a total of 8 tubes of blood. He plans to repeat the ultra sound the hospital did last week and set up an appointments for a colonoscopy and... (14 replies)
... e in the thousands. I was very sick though and in the hospital for 3 weeks. I had to have a liver biopsy. My illness is my immune system is attacking my liver. I would get your doctors to find the cause for your increased liver functions. They are definitly not normal. There are many reasons why they can be high. ... (14 replies)
... Some doctors realize the dangers of tylenol, others think its so safe... I think this has to do with pharmaceutical money, to be honest, they pay the hospitals to hand out tylenol. ... (3 replies)

... a very high number anyone? ... (5 replies)
... do you have ANY of these anywhere besdies the trunk area like on your face anywhere? ... (3 replies)
... test cgranulomatis discribes. But like I wrote earlier.....it will take the liver biopsy to determine it. They look to see how much scaring it has left behind in your cells. For me at the time I was 34 got real upset lilke it sounds you are. ... (5 replies)
... nd clearance of ammonia gets kind of screwed up and too much ammonia can get into the blood and it for some reason attaches very directly to brain cells. but his would be a more "clouded' thinking and change in mentation,but dizzyness could also be a possible symptom. ... (16 replies)
... I know this is probably a stupid question, especially since you said you already had an ultra sound done, but could there be any way that you have gallstones? ... (10 replies)
... My GI doctor told me it could be a number of things like some kind of liver disease, autoimune liver disease and left it at that and of course that in itself makes me nervous. ... (14 replies)
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... I would seek a specialist opinion on your issue. ... (3 replies)
... that's the only reason I knew that my liver enzymes were high. Never had any problems before. I have been drinking more frequently this past year. Not sure what ggt is...I don't see that on my paperwork. ... (8 replies)
... A genetic condition common in "Caucasians of Western European descent", where iron is absorbed at a high rate in the gut and builds up and damages the liver? ... (28 replies)
... what exactly IS your bili number and what is that labs particular referrence ranges? ... (7 replies)
... the one thing that i just DO highly doubt in your particular situation AND the mere fact that you DID indeed quit drinking, is that you would be treated anything less than the human being you are. you simply DO need help here that ONLY an educated GI or hepatologist can give you right now. ... (28 replies)
... I don't think you need to worry at your age about your younger drinking days, especially since you are not a drinker now. I mean who didn't? ... (11 replies)
... if you do not actually have your very own copy of your lab sheet, get one and keep getting them from anyplace that simply would do labs on you. you just really do NEED the sheets for YOU to better see how your labs are 'trending" either upwards or back down again? ... (2 replies)
... Your Dr. should not have told you this without giving you an explanation. Your levels are only slightly elevated. My question is why would you take two tylenol pm's before a liver function test and did you advise your Dr. of this? ... (2 replies)
... I've always had some weird results on tests, such as high triglycerides, low HDL, high white blood cells, etc. Everything has always checked out ok, even the chest xrays I have done once a year. ... (38 replies)
... but could possibly be an adenoma. ... (10 replies)


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