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... I've recently been told by my doctor that my blood work came back with elevated liver enzyme levels. My doctor has ordered blood tests for Hepatitis and a liver ultrasound procedure to be done. I went to my doctor initially due to abnormal weight gain, mostly in my abdominal area. ... (1 replies)
... Not 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)
... I am wondering if anyone can help me understand if my liver levels are anything to be concerned about. ... (4 replies)

... receptor in chronic liver disease type C. ... (0 replies)
... If you have hep c AND you have elevated iron levels, this combination is especially likely to lead to liver damage, yes. For this reason, everybody who tests pos. for hep c usually gets iron levels checked, too. ... (12 replies)
Another Newbie
Sep 3, 2002
... ups and routine blood tests, I would never had known. My doctor has been monitoring my thyroid and glucose levels since 1999, when slightly elevated glucose levels raised a red flag. ... (2 replies)
... induced liver injury and cytokine production in mice. ... (0 replies)
... infection can lead to progressive liver disease, and this is associated with high rates of morbidity and mortality. ... (0 replies)
Just a question...
Sep 21, 2006
... hepatitis C antibody during a blood donation. A more specific hepatitis C antibody test with a low false positive rate has been available since 1992. In general, elevated liver enzymes and a positive HCV antibody test indicate that an individual has chronic hepatitis C. ... (2 replies)
... AST levels because the virus must be active at the time of the test in order for this test to pick up the enzymes that are released when the liver is being actively stressed or damaged. ... (5 replies)
... I am wondering why a liver biopsy was recommended for you. Were your liver enzymes elevated? ... (1 replies)
... doctor performed that showed the elevated levels of enzymes.The second one, that he told me confirmed that I have Hep B. and Hep. C. ... (10 replies)
... Can anyone tell me what the chance of having liver damage from HCV when your AST, ALT, bilirubin, etc, tests are normal? ... (3 replies)
... Elevated ALT and AST are indicators of liver problems that can be caused by hepatitis. An excess of protien in your diet can raise some liver panel tests. A better indicator is AFP levels. ... (2 replies)
... Depending on how you read the research, it is possible to conclude that fatty liver is more threatening to health, and more predictive of fibrosis, than is hep c. ... (14 replies)
... Was curious of folks who are on Pegasys or Pegintron what effect the treatment had on their liver enzyme levels over the first month or two of treatment. ... (3 replies)
Meds causing hep.
Oct 23, 2002
... (I don't think this list is exhaustive) Toxic Hepatitis Industrial Chemicals Associated with Acute Liver Injury as the Primary Toxic Effect: Illness or Death Chemicals Associated with Liver Injury as a Secondary Toxic Effect: Elevated Liver Enzyme Levels (16 replies)
... was elevated. My levels are now back to normal. My liver specialist told me today that my repeat hep C test is positve. ... (2 replies)
... I think she thought I would die on the table. My liver levels have always been normal until my last one which showed elevated SGTP at 58. ... (14 replies)
... Still, it is important to remember that some folks get pretty elevated enzyme levels without serious liver damage, and other folks can have the opposite result. We've learned not to put toooo much faith in these numbers at all. ... (10 replies)




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