for the full duration of the illness? Any insight you could give to me on my liverenzymelevels ... positive for mononucleosis and that she needed me to come in to see her. She told me that my liverenzymes ...
My 3 year old son has highliverenzymes. One read can back over 3000 and one over 5000. So far ... getting answers from the Ped as to what we should do about the liverenzymes. I m suppose to give him Milk ...
sir, I am 37 years old my wieght is 140lbs and my height is 5 1 . I took my blood test last week and the reuslts where high. My SGPT is 125.6, SGOT is 74.9 triglycerides 297. Total Cholesterol is 249.6, HDL ...
on zoloft (200 mg/day) and Natazia ( birth control ). What is a good way to lower my liverenzymelevels? Do ...I am a 22 year old female. 5 7 132 pounds. I recently had blood work done and my SGPT was at 121 ...
I am a 32 y/o male and I recently had a blood test done and my liverenzymes are elevated. GGT-116 ALT-49 Alk Phos-136 and also had a highcalcium result of 10.3. I do not have any noticeable symptoms ...
can pregnancy cause liverenzymelevels to slightly increase
yes first trimester in pregnancy i.e. first three can cause increase liverenzymes.
visit endocrinologist and then only take any treatment if required.
because gynec are fond of giving immediate treatment
take care and you can ask further query
I have not had anything alcohol to for 3yrsyears, i did drink again for two weeks. Will my liverenzymes return to normal after 5 to six weeks of not drinking ?
Alcohol lowers the immunity and continuous use causes liver cell damage ,that's why elevated liverenzyme in blood . Stopping of alcohol will decrease raised enzyme but it depends upon the level of enzymes.
my blood test says lymphocytes count as 70%..swollen lymph nodes...liverenzymes are 10 times more...peripheral tests show the same...HAV & TB tests are -ve...p
Increased liverenzymes are 10 times , means you are suffering from Hepatitis.
You have to undergo ultrasonography and repeat Liver function tests after every 3 days. If the enzymes are so high , you should get admitted and be under a care of a Gastroenterologist.