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High liver count and leg swelling, blood pressure high, cramps in leg

Hello I am a 39 yr old female and have had some issues in the past with high liver count and leg swelling . Well I have been having some swelling again in my legs past few days along with my heart racing my pulse has been between 103-106 resting. Bp 114/70 and I m a little out of breath with some off and on cramps in legs. Should I be alarmed?
Asked On : Fri, 20 Apr 2012
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Thanks for posting your query

What were the high liver counts and what was the diagnosis at that time?
Did you go for a liver ultrasound then ?

The symptoms you have mentioned and the high liver counts may be due to cirrhotic liver disease

I would suggest you get examined by a good gatroentrologist instead of getting alarmed ?

Till then avoid fatty meals, avoid extra salt in your diet and seek an appointment

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Answered: Sun, 22 Apr 2012
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