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Blood reports showed elevated ALT, AST. Advised surgery to remove scar tissue connecting bladder, kidney and colon. Suggestion?

i just got some bloodwork done. I am 40 years old and had 2 operations to remove fibroids , endometriosis and i have scar tissue connecting my bladder, kidneys and colon . THe doctor says I will eventually need another operation to remove that scar tissue. I am concerned about the ASTNEW is 36 and ALTNEW is 61. there are other levels high too.
Asked On : Thu, 19 Jul 2012
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Dear friend, welcome to HCM !
I would like to know the other results also.
thse AST, ALT are not much significant if no other liver problem.
what others are high?
are you obstructed? pain/ vomitting/ fever?
is it elective or emergency surgery?
would be glad to answer with more data at hand.
pl. revert and take care.
Answered: Thu, 19 Jul 2012
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