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What causes high liver enzymes in babies

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What causes high liver enzymes?

What causes high liver enzymes ...
 

What causes high liver enzymes?

I was told by my dr my liver enzymes are high. could this be from the meds I take zolft and tramadol ...
 

What causes high liver enzymes?

What do high enzyme levels in your liver mean? Going for more blood work tomorrow. No Hepititis. Enzymes are over 1,000. ...
 

What causes high liver enzymes?

Dear doctor This test is for my collegue and they wrote that he has liver enzymes are high please explain why and how to cure it Thanks ...
 

What causes liver enzymes to be high?

Hi. Liver enzyme 1000. Very worried I have cancer ...
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What causes high liver enzymes?

My 12 year old son had blood work done and his liver enzymes were extremely high could ... his liver enzymes might be so high? ...
 

What causes liver enzymes to be high?

were done. These showed the elevated cholestral and also high liver enzymes, high enough I have to go back for more tests this week. Any idea why the liver enzyme levels could go up since last April? (I m ...
 

What is the cause and treatment for elevated liver enzymes?

My medical exam shows my SGPT is high. I was taking medicine (Solmux) for cough when I had my medical exam. I suspect that it was the cause of high SGPT. I ended taking Solmux for 3 days now ...
 

What causes higher levels of liver enzymes?

Hi, I recently Had bloodwork done and my liver enzymes came back high. I am taking some supplements and wonder if this is the cause of high readings. I am taking Cell Tech ( Creatine ) as well As Alpha Test ...
 

What causes elevated liver enzymes?

, the doctor came back and told me the my liver ezymes are to high, am I saying that correct. I m really scare. What should I do clean this or to make it better? ...
 

What causes elevated liver enzymes in blood?

months ago. I never had high liver enzymes prior to December 2013. Triglcerides is 226-which have been ...I am a 48 year old woman. I just got back my lab results and my liver enzymes continued to rise ...
 

Are elevated liver enzymes a serious cause for concern?

getting itching all over the body from now. Doctor advised LFT and it s high to 536. I have started taking ... to my baby? ...
 

What is the cause and treatment for elevated liver enzymes?

and a half years ago , one of my nuts is real big they said it just has fiuld on it so what im asking is why is my stuff so high and is any of this the cuz of it and I do work out a little ride bikes to walk try ...
 

What causes elevated liver enzymes?

I had completed my 6 cycles of Chemo last nov 29 2014. prior to the last cycle my SGOT and SGPT is normal. Now I just had my lab test the other day my SGOT and SGPT were high. Prior to my lab test I ...
 

What causes elevated liver enzymes in pregnancy?

still has a vomit problem so for that her gyne suggest her to go for liver test Today we have a report in our hand and it shows that the sgot 126 and sgpt 113 level high Now i am worried whats the cause ...
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My liver enzymes came back 43 and 93 whats that mean?
Such results can be caused by fatty liver due to bad diet or alcohol intake. Such results are not the reason to be concerned however you should modify your diet (avoid fatty foods) and recheck liver tests in a month or so.
 
Can HPV cauze elevated liver enzymes?
Hi, Normally it does not cause.
 
Does food oisoning elvate liver enzyme?
Welcome to healthcare magic. SGOT/ SGPT are the liver enzymes which are raised due to damage to liver cells.Alcohol, certain medicines, infections increase liver enzyme. Food poisoning may elevate liver enzymes, but you need to correlate this with your past results. Hepatitis A and E are transmitted via food. Hepatitis causes significant rise in liver enzymes.
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