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... (3 replies)
... and when you just have any labs that go out of range, you just really need to keep track of your OWN numbers that can also be used as a comparritve to the others? ... (3 replies)
... I see a lot of people wondering about their liver numbers being elevated. I had a liver transplant and have seen my numbers go from very high to normal to high again. ... (9 replies)

... 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. this matters MUCH more if you are actually in what is called portal hypertension? ... (28 replies)
... I quit drinking 2 years ago and was just diagnosed via ultrasound with dense fatty infilitration. I've read that fatty liver can be confused with cirrhosis, etc. ... (18 replies)
... I have had fatty liver for several years. They do not really know what causes it but they are researching it. There are several ideas. It can be fairly serious. ... (18 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)
... exercising smoker, which I'm sure is contributing to his numbers. The doctor said my numbers look genetic, and also said my liver enzymes were elevated. He only mentioned one number and it was at 65, he said it should be around 40. ... (0 replies)
... Your hydration when blood is drawn can also affect numbers quite a bit. ... (12 replies)
... this seriously comes in VERY handy when this type of situation can pop into your lives unfortunetly. this is what i did for my son too when he was in liver failure. the labs are just a really good way of comparritvely looking at the patterns of things with function loss or possible regain? ... (1 replies)
... I just got elevated number for the first time, all I know is the Dr said my liver function was at 54 and it should be at 49. ... (2 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)
... any actual lifestyle changes really need to possibly come only AFTER you find out what IS currently generating these out of range numbers for certain. ... (4 replies)
... out of norm labs is to follow up the bloodwork with an ultrasound using the dopler on it to really 'see' into the whole upper GI and much more deeply 'into' the liver for anything out of the norm too. it is the best, and also pretty much the cheapest way to get that 'look' at it from the outside. ... (1 replies)
... You've got some pretty high numbers there. ... (6 replies)
... and probably some liver enzyme tests such as B.U.N. ... (11 replies)
... my son and i both have to have regular liver and kidney labs drawn,and i can tell you just from my experience,having a low bili is not an issue. ... (1 replies)
... Anyway I had the appointement with my doctor and found out the new numbers are ALT 315, AST 88. These are the highest yet, and after they went back almost to normal. ... (30 replies)
... involving your liver, OR it could be a gall bladder issue a pancreatic issue, bile duct problem among other possibles. the fact that no other hepatic indicator numbers were out of range kind of could very well indicate 'other' reasons than just 'only' a possible liver issue. ... (7 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)

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