Hip and thigh pain, elevated liver enzymes, fatigue
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Elevated liver enzymes, rash on torso and fatigue
non raised non- pruritic rash on torso for 12 weeks. Elevated ALT and AST. High sed rate. Fatigue. Some loose bowel movements. Generally healthy - 43 years old, fit (runner and cyclist), eats reasonably well, social drinker, non smoker
Extreme fatigue, sore body, elevated liver enzymes, on Paxil. Cause?
For the past 4 months i have been having extreme fatigue . after getting home at 5 i get in bed at 6 or 7 and i can literally just sleep all day. i have soreness all over and my liver enzymes are 700. I am only 20 im female and i do take paxil which is known to elevate liver enzymes in a small...
I have not had anything alcohol to for 3yrsyears, i did drink again for two weeks. Will my liver enzymes 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 liver enzyme in blood . Stopping of alcohol will decrease raised enzyme but it depends upon the level of enzymes.
im hep A patient for 3 months. from starting bilrbn 4.8 then aftr 1 week 2.8 next week2.9 next week3.9 then1.8 now 3mg, doc said LFT is fine.bt i've Fear Helpme
Hepatitis A is a self limiting liver condition. The elevated liver enzymes will return back to normal as the liver heals off the inflammation. So your doctor is correct. You don't need to worry.
I would advice my patient to have a low fat diet which helps the liver to heal faster.
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