elevated AST & ALT
HI i am 34 yr old male and suffering frm high BP &high pulse rate above 90.i took 3-4 glasses of alcohol.i got my LFT nd the AST& ALT lvls comes out to be 107 &149 respectively.now i quit taking alcohol.is there any risk in liver damage.or how much t
High ALT levels. How long will it take to decrease the level?
How long does it take to lower ALT levels? 3 weeks ago my level was at 115 (I am a 43 yr. old female). Since the blood test I have cut cut out all alcohol and limited tylenol. I will be getting another blood draw tomorrow. Is there a possibility that within the past 3 weeks I could have...
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AST and ALT elevated at pregnant.
I’m 28 years old, 158 cm and 51 kg. I am 4 months pregnant . I take a examination at this Monday (16 weeks pregnant) but the blood test result didn’t sound very good: The 2 figures were abnormal: AST = 79 (reference range = 0-40 U/L) ALT = 110 (refer
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High alt and ast levels. History of hepatitis C. Remedy?
how do i get my alt and ast levels down. they are currently at alt113 and ast 58. i have hep c and have had it for the past 7 years. these are the first lft's that have come back abnormal, the rest sat between 15 and 35. i have quit smoking, i dont drink or take drugs i eat well, i take milk...
i have been diagnosed with both hepatitis b and bilateral renal parenchyma disease: hbsAg=positive, titre* 4878 IU, uric acid=0.79 Umol/dL, serum creatinine=107
Hi related to hepatitis B I would suggest to take biochemical exam like ALT, AST, and Bilirubin.
if they are high you should do HBV-DNA test .
My Gamma GT is 117. I do not drink. My last ALT/AST were ok. I have fibromyalgia and take alot of tylenol with codeine and naproxen. Could this be the cause?
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Elevated GGT could indicate early atherosclerosis. Thus it indicate the increased cardiovascular risk. GGT is an independent predictor of fatal heart disease or stroke.Some other causes are pancreatic disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, renal failure, diabetes, obesity.
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