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... Nick,,,Sorry I thought you had said your enzymes were high. There is no vaccination for Hepatitis. ... (66 replies)
... Hmm, not to sound too ignorant, but what is a gallbadder attack? ... (7 replies)
Liver Enzymes
Dec 13, 2003
... I am a 30 year old female and had to recently get blood work. My AST is 62 and my ALT is 115. Can anybody explain what this means? ... (7 replies)

... they found H.Pylori in Jan itself. Then... last month they found yeast. My scan for stomach shows Grade 1 fatty liver and Heptomegaly. Lipid profile is also a bit High. Blood Glucose is normal. This was the first test performed wen it comes to LFT... ERS was 40 wen WBC was done... ... (0 replies)
... From everything I have read, there is nothing that can be done about it except change your lifestlye. If it is still early enough, the liver will heal itself. ... (6 replies)
... I have a fatty liver also, but mine is from alochol abuse. My brother also has a fatty liver and its from years of taking zoloft so I think some meds can cause this. Ask your dr. ... (7 replies)
... Yes the body I guess does work in mysterious ways considering nobody seems to be able to figure out what is wrong with me, or even if there is anything wrong to begin with. ... (30 replies)
... I guess yes since otherwise they would known the reason of your high liver enzymes which according to what you're saying they look like don't know why you have such high liver enzymes for such a long time. ... (7 replies)
... Liver enzymes can be misleading. ... (17 replies)
... I'm sure you've gone through quite a bit with that last surgery. I hope your recovery is going well. ... (2 replies)
Mild Fatty Liver
Feb 6, 2015
... Your doc is right, mild fatty liver is common enough in the US. It usually doesn't cause most folks much trouble as long as it stays mild and enzymes remain in normal range. ... (2 replies)
... But whats not good is each beer has approx. ... (22 replies)
High Liver enzymes
Jul 30, 2008
... High liver enzymes can be many many different things, and much of it is based on your current health history, drug exposures, infectious exposures and other things you can't control. ... (16 replies)
... because she said I was too tired, sat to still, talked to slow, ect ect. After a bunch of blood work, they realized I had elevated enzymes and a lump on my neck. ... (30 replies)
... Since I am normal weight, have low cholesterol, don't take drugs, etc., my doctor thought this was too high to ignore, so two weeks later he sent me for another blood test for Hep C and another liver test. ... (30 replies)
... My thin, fit, husband, who runs 40 miles a week, was found to have elevated liver enzymes during a physical 3 months ago. He rarely drinks, and has a normal cholesterol. ... (1 replies)
... can change quite a bit over relatively short periods of time. GGT in particular can jump around a lot, and even moderate amounts of alcohol can spike GGT. 383 IS impressive though. ... (2 replies)
... enzymes were perfect before surgery. Is it possible for the surgery to of had some kind of affect on her liver? ... (2 replies)
... n in poor health since Sept 1997. Started out having chronic fatigue, painful goute episodes in his feet, and abdominal pain. Blood work results showed his liver enzymes were elevated. SGOT in the 60s and SGPT in the 60s. His doctors told him he needed to stop drinking and then have the tests repeated. ... (4 replies)
... My doctor told me to stop taking Tylenol to see if they enzymes would go down. They remained elevated a year later despite the fact that I hadn't a stitch of alcohol in years and refrained from Tylenol use. ... (106 replies)




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