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... Your levels were just out of range and it went back down so im sure no damage has been done.Id cut back some on the wine drinking and make sure to have your levels checked every so often (1 replies)
... e". Doctor said that I needed to quit drinking completely after my AST was elevated and has said to stay away forever. The truth of the matter is that drinking wine is a very big social thing for me. I have cut back considerably. I just want to know if I truly have damage or not. ... (1 replies)
... Does or could heavy drinking one or two days before testing cause a temporary slight rise in the enzyme levels? ... (1 replies)

... Because you mentioned fatty liver disease, I'll share this information. There are other liver illnesses that can cause these signs, but let's talk about fatty liver disease... ... (5 replies)
... years ago when his liver enzymes were at 130. ... (5 replies)
... Can menopause elevate liver enzymes? ... (0 replies)
... Thank's for your reply. I went in for a routine yearly physical. She requested a blood test and that is when she said my liver counts were high. She sent me for a ultrasound and those results came back fine. ... (2 replies)
... I'm so glad you wrote me! I've been freaking all morning, reading Webmd about this, trying to keep calm. The site said that prior to 1990, people who had surgeries (in particular C-section moms- I had three - were high risk for hepititis C, along with people who did a lot of drinking, and other things.) Dr. C. Everett Koop says that Hep C and Cirohsis were silent epidemics,... (14 replies)
... So you've joined us in the high liver enzymes club, huh? ... (14 replies)
... After years of double dosing sinus or headache medicine for his allergies, his liver just could not take it anymore and went into shock. This caused migranes, vertigo, dark urine, nausea, abdominal pain in the liver region. ... (11 replies)
... eel your pain. I'm going through the same worry, and I'm hoping I also can get some suport from others on here. Had blood drawn 8 weeks ago which showed elevated liver enzymes. Doc wanted a retest in 8 weeks which was yesterday. Talked to the nurse because he is out of the office till next Wed. ... (9 replies)
... days of a blood test. I prefer to try to make sure I have only very very light exercesize to no exercise for two weeks prior to a liver enzyme blood test. This year I ran two half marathons, a 15km, and a 5 km race. ... (1 replies)
... In early January I had some abnormal liver function test results. ... (13 replies)
... I too had the Hep A,B,C tests after a blood test showed that my liver enzymes were elevated suddenly. All came back negative. ... (195 replies)
... First of all, there are a few different enzymes that help to dictate a liver dysfunction. The liver is a place where it cleans the blood from toxic substances to the body, to make it simple. ... (13 replies)
Ast/alt
Jul 23, 2012
... ave higher numbers than you and I was scared at first, but trying to stay calm. Originally my blood test was to check my Cholesterol, but my doctor noted that my liver enzymes were high. Ast 154 and Alt 74. ... (1 replies)
Alcohol.
May 23, 2006
... You can't possibly have liver disease from that much alcohol... there has to be something else going on... ... (8 replies)


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