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... if you have reason to wonder about your liver and any real problems despite having good labs,obtain an ultrasound to really get an actual look at that liver,and to simply check that bloodflow thru the very important portal vein. ... (2 replies)
... that CAN matter, depending certain things simply wont actually show themselves right away and do show up later over time? ... (1 replies)
... just what exactly ARE the liver labs looking like? ... (2 replies)

... the lab work being out of the norm really would be a great indicator. but with some liver and kidney problems,they wont show in the labs til some level of particular damage has occured. then and only then do numbers actually change. ... (3 replies)
... the first thing you need to do is actually see your doc for some labs done on the liver.this will tell you alot about overall liver can also have an ultrasound done to actually see the liver.this would show any possible abnormalities going on that the labs don't pick up on til the damage gets to a certain point. ... (1 replies)
... According to the ultrasound they did not find any fat on the liver, and my liver looked normal. But what I was wondering was if I had a mild case of fatty liver that just started over the summer, would that even show up on the ultrasound yet? ... (30 replies)
... had so much other stuff going on that I sort of put it to the back of my mind as I already had a scheduled dermatologist appt for a cyst on my back and figured I would ask him about these things when I saw him but 16 days ago the palms of my hands suddenly turned red which I later found out was called Palmer erythema. ... (2 replies)
... No one could have told me anything that would have convinced me to quite drinking at 25, so I won't preach. This said, the worst part of damaging your liver with alcohol is that once the damage is done, you either have to quit or die, so best to avoid damage in the first place. ... (1 replies)
... c may not mind ordering, but this depends on whether or not you're willing to confess you're worried about alcohol and you may not want to go there just now. An ultrasound would most likely show fatty liver, which is inconclusive. ... (1 replies)
... honestly dave, i was living my entire LIFE with an underlying polycystic kidney disease that was creating huge globs of cysts in my kidneys and liver and never knew it mostly becasue i DID feel great and my labs were ALL totally in most cases, even way above the norm end with some. ... (7 replies)
... gher protein in it that will eventually break down to actual ammonia is THAT problem. ammonia attaches very readily to brain cells and can cause its own level of damage too to the brain so higher protien should be avoided with any type of liver disease. ... (28 replies)
Apr 28, 2010
... the very BEST way to really know for certain if you just do have anything impacting your liver would be to simply see your doc for some bloodwork and a referral for an abdominal ultrasound. ... (4 replies)
... i would ask to see or obtain your own copy of all of your now and ongoing lab sheets? ... (1 replies)
... and just see where your actual numbers are. the reason being, any changes in the numbers that would go up if something were actually wrong, you need to see where you fall in that "good" range? ... (2 replies)
... t time to simply 'push' your GP into doing for his patient, you. if he wont, find someone who actualy cares about their patients. for him to simply blow off high liver labs really IS inexcusable without bothering to follow up on this for you. ... (3 replies)
... just what did your bloodwork say about your overall liver functions? ... (2 replies)
... did not realize this at first either so you are not alone there, is that you will NOT actually see any real changes in any function numbers until the real actual damage or something impairing function reaches a "magic" threshhold level. ... (7 replies)
... the VERY BEST way to really find that out would be by seeing your primary doc for some bloodwork and follow that up with an ultrasound scan. these two things together really cover those bases well. ... (1 replies)
... and getting a good hard "look' at how your liver actually looks. trust me when i say that just only getting your labs done,will only give you half of what could be the whole picture. ... (2 replies)
... tylenol is by far the worst on the liver and you can double or triple that when alcohol is also being consumed. ... (9 replies)

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