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... Hi, I have been searching for weeks now about my swollen liver and now have blood work. ... (2 replies)
... My dh has Hep B, swollen abdomen and feet, they put him on EPIVIR HBV last week, and a diuretic, which hasn't worked yet. The docs have been doodling around with him since June. Was finally sent to a Gastro Dr. ... (2 replies)
... to trivialize your concern, but in the first instance I would say your liver enzyme numbers are not much to worry about. Almost anything can raise these scores, and yours are not so high. ... (4 replies)

High ALT AST Test
Jul 20, 2003
... Hi all. My latest ALT and AST Tests were 450, and 250 respectively. ... (2 replies)
Hep C
Nov 18, 2007
... Just diagnosed by GP to have Hep C ALT and AST high so he did Hep C test came back positive. My problem is no insurance. I started a new job and should be hired on full time in three weeks Three months later insurance. ... (1 replies)
... What are your AST and ALT levels? ... (2 replies)
... I do not smoke or drink alchohol, do not take any OTC drugs. I do take thyroid hormones, a small blood pressure med dose, and nexium. ... (4 replies)
... I don't use drugs never have. I went to the gi he did a ultra sounds with a bunch of lab work and all came back normal and my alt and ast dropped. ... (2 replies)
... My viral load shot up crazy too....and only in about eighteen months too. I already said that. I am now post tx six months and my alt and ast or whatever it is what 260 give or take when I started treatment and lowered immediatly to 65's or so during tx. ... (8 replies)
... one at grade one, stage one, as I was, probably should not treat, as the risks outweighed the benefits. Still, of course, I recognize this as a personal choice, and everyone has his or her own reasons to go one way or the other. ... (33 replies)
... I am a 48 year old male, never did IV drugs, no transfusions, although as most of my peace, love, rock and roll generation I did have multiple sex partners over the years and smoked pot. ... (3 replies)
... Well, Sean...I can sure sympathize with the gloom factor. Ya think you're doing everything right, and then....this. ... (12 replies)
... s are low or high. A virus cannot be "killed" because it is not alive in the sense that a bacteria or a living organism is alive. Viruses are said to be active and "alive" when they are duplicating, and dormant or "asleep" when they cease duplicating. ... (13 replies)
... first she says she was infected 33 years and has never gotten treatment for it, is it possible to be health during this time, like not ending up in a hospital or something like that? ... (11 replies)
... Sure, My ALT and AST have been in the normal range my entire life. The only symptoms I had were chronic fatigue that got worse over the years and bouts of mysterious fevers in the years between 5 and 10. I had an excellent doctor who worked very dilligently to find out why I was so tired, etc. ... (4 replies)
... Cudagirl, I started with a viral load over a million, don't remember exactly how much as my copies of the tests are at home, my alt and ast were both as high as any I've heard. I ended up being diagnosed last fall and started treatment this January. ... (11 replies)
... Hi Diane, ITR, Thanbey and all. ... (16 replies)
... Yes, from what little I know, it does seem that alt and ast levels can fluctuate gretly. especially alt levels. they are known to vary with muscle strain, alcohol use, high fevers, and other factors. ... (1 replies)
... ted negative, outstanding, if you remember, my wife went though hell after I found out I tested positive, as she had blood transfusions a couple of years before, and a couple of years after, my transfusion, hers not a transfusion but 28 units of transfusions. ... (3 replies)
... I'm no expert, but I see people's in the hundred thousands and such and mines is in the billions. I'm extremely worried. My AST and ALT levels are high, about 80 and 130 respectively on the average. Everything else is fine, my prothrombin time is normal, albumin is fine, bilirubin, alkaline phosphatase, etc. ... (8 replies)


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