Hi, I have take a test on my liverfunction and the SGPT ALT was 55 and AST was 50 is that high? My cholesterol level was LDL 4.7 and HDL 1.5 total Cholesterol was 6.1. The test was done about 5 months ago ...
in hand palms, blurred vision , dried mouth and weakness. Recently I had liverfunction test which shows my ALT and AST level is high. they are 133 u/l and 58 u/l respectively. Alkaline Phosphatase is 102 u ...
IBS My liverfunction test ALT was 64 and a couple of months ago i had a normal result after my normal result i was put on contraceptive pill Cerezette which is mini pill can this cause my ALT levels to rise ...
, SERUM ALANINE AMINOTRANSFERASE (ALT/ SGPT ) H 61 0 - 40 IU/L ASPARTATE AMINOTRANSFERASE, SERUM. When checked with the doctor they asked me to take a scan for the Liver . Is there a serious cause in my liver ...
I have been diagonised by liver biopsy due to my liverfunction test were abnormal, dr have found ... and my result of alt still comes to 80, even after taking medication this has not been reduce to normal ...
it is a liver enzyme.
It is a marker of the liverfunction. In specific circumstances it grows up. It is the doctor who judges its importance or not.
41y F. non drinker.
abnormal blood results
incl GGT, (338)globulin, ALT, neutrophils, mch, IgA, platelets etc. Also 'fat stranding'around liver & pancre
Hello and welcome to HCM,
Abnormal results of GGT, globin and ALT are suggestive of liver disease.
Entire liverfunction tests with values are required to narrow down the possibilities of liver dysfunction.
You need to consult a gastroenterologist for clinical examination, relevant further investigations and thus management.
Thanks and take care
Dr Shailja P Wahal
I am 29 and stopped drinking 5 months ago. I drank heavy for a year. I had a drink last week and 7 a month ago. will I pass a liverfunction test? the 4 alt etc
Thanks for writing in.
Liverfunction tests show liver disease conditions ant not alcohol alone. If you have been a heavy drinker, and have any liver disease, it may give abnormal results. If you are an occasional drinker and have never had any liver disease, then the possibility of a normal result is more likely.
Hope this helps
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