With my liver function test, I have high S-ALT (GPT) = 224 IU/L and S-AST (GOT) = 206IU/L. For the Biochemistry eGFR 60mL please interprete
High SGPT and ALT test reports. What should I do next?
Hi, I have take a test on my liver function 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 and I have cut down my diet to be green. Taking barley grass in after wake up from bed,...
High ALT and AST and mild fatty liver, can you please suggest
Hello I am 31 years old. my weight is 68 kg and height is 5 4 . I have some problems of sweating in hand palms, blurred vision , dried mouth and weakness. Recently I had liver function test which shows my ALT and AST level is high. they are 133 u/l and 58 u/l respectively. Alkaline Phosphatase is...
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 liver function test? the 4 alt etc
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Liver function 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.
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I just received a blood test result showing an ALT of 86. The nurse simply said they would also check my iron and retest in a week. How concerned should I be%3F%0A
Hello and welcome to HCM,
The normal range of ALT level is 0-40 IU/L and is raised in liver diseases. The test shows an elevated ALT levels.
However, it has to be done along with AST levels.
Other liver function tests also need to be done.
However, it should be repeated and other liver function tests also need to be done.
Iron levels are measured in case there is any evidence of iron deficiency.
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