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... Anyone know how high this is ? ... (3 replies)
... heres my blood test results are they to high for what i have or is this the norm for what i have-ast-253 alt-217 alkphos-145.0 (0 replies)
High ALT AST Test
Jul 20, 2003
... Hi all. My latest ALT and AST Tests were 450, and 250 respectively. ... (2 replies)

... What does these high SGPT, SGOT and high titre level indicate about my condition? ... (0 replies)
... AST numbers are, since the doc just said my enzymes were normal so I checked no further. In any event, what are the normal ranges for ALT and AST? ... (12 replies)
... blood work showed high Alt and Ast and other things a little higher. Now 6 mos later my side is still swollen and I am so tender can't roll over. ... (2 replies)
... play havoc with either AST or ALT. So, this might explain everything. ... (4 replies)
... Now liver enzyme levels such as ALT and AST and a few others record activity in the liver. When these are normal, it usually means that the liver is functioning properly and not being damaged. ... (13 replies)
... My big concern now is with the results came back elevated liver enzymes. My alt was 72 and my ast 42. ... (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. ... (1 replies)
... What are your AST and ALT levels? ... (2 replies)
... Good question, BJ; A bloodtest for antibodies revealed the HCV in mid-02. Prior to that, "high normal" or slightly elevated alt/ast were the only medical test symptoms. The gastro gave litle/no info and pushed for Interferon tx. I began research and had I found this site before starting tx, (thanbeys many documented articles regarding tx/not tx), I would not have begun the tx.... (18 replies)
Opinion needed
Jun 12, 2002
... and the person has had hep c. for over 20 yrs. how high would this be considered? ... (3 replies)
AST / ALT question
Dec 16, 2006
... of a fatty liver or from alcohol consumption. I once tested out of the range for AST. I did a mild liver flush each morning for 6 months and reduced foods with high amounts of fat. Returned for another test and it was normal. ... (2 replies)
... Can anyone tell me if ALT and GGT seem high enough to follow up on? ... (4 replies)
AST / ALT question
Dec 16, 2006
... I have kept a chart on my husband's lab work for several years. His AST this month is 171. It's never been that high before. Why did not they not mention this to him? ... (2 replies)
... roved since going gluten free, but still I wonder if that number is no big deal, or should I be really concerned. I feel fine right now, but I used to have very high triglycerides until I lost weight and started exercising. I would appreciate feedback. ... (4 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. ... (8 replies)
... Those are high enzymes, but they are not life threatening. Enymes can go way up into the 100's, even to the low 1000's and still come down within range. ... (6 replies)
... I was diagnosed with HepC about 5 years ago, I went to a specialist who diagnosed me with Genotype 1. I was laid off from my job shortly after that and was without medical insurance for over a year and a half. I am now working, have good insurance and just found out from a different doctor that my liver functions are extremely high - ALT = 198 and AST = 249. She has... (4 replies)

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