Have Cronhs disease. ALT is 74. Recommendations?
Hi,I have severe Crohn s disease,and have lost my entire colon,as well as a little over 2/3 of my small intestine.My liver testing all came back normal except my ALT (SGPT),which was a 74.My Albumin was 4.3,Alkaline Phosphatase was 118,my AST (SGOT) was 29,my Bilirubin total was 0.6,and my Blood...
Liver Tests - elevated GGT and ALT, kindly suggest
Normal weight, non-drinking male who doesn t take any medication, except for a few advil a couple times a week. Why would his GGT be 150 and ALT be 55 ? Hep B and C have come out negative. All other blood tests have come out within range, including AST, ALP and Bili. Also, he has no symptoms at...
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...
How can high levels of AST and ALT liver enzymes be reduced?
Hello- I just had my bloodwork done and my AST and ALT liver enzymes came back pretty high. I quit drinking alchohol about 2 weeks prior to the blood test and I have been working out (weight lifting, cardio) 5-6 days a week to loose some weight. I am 5 6 and was 203lbs. I just lost 20 lbs in...
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
Thanks for writing in.
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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