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Elevated liver enzymes and alcohol

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What is best thing to help with elevated liver enzymes not from alcohol use ...

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year ago. My doctor mentioned alcohol intake but I have been abstinent for 3 months. I am also on lamotrigine . Does this result indicate alcoholism ...

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I have an elevated liver enzyme due to alcohol consumption. I have stopped drinking. Is there anything else I can do..please help. ...

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I have an AST level of 39 and an ALT level of 49... I am a wine drinker. Is alcohol causing the increase? Are these levels dangerous? Total cholesterol is at 205 ( HDL 65 and LDL 118). ...

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My husband has elevated liver enzymes from drinking 5 or more oz. of alcohol every day, what type of MD should he see? ...

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I just got my lab results back my liver enzymes are double the normal numbers... I drink quite ...? And what steps can I take besides, Just stop drinking alcohol ? Thank you. ...

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I am alcoholic. My SGOT was 491 and SGPT was 529. After taking Esofag it was controlled to 225 and 290. Thereafter, doctor suggested me to take Ropraz DSR and strictly refused to take alcohol. Still I ...

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I have just had a LFT with a reading of 73 which my Dr has specifically tested for alcohol, I m not convinced this is solely down to alcohol alone as I ve been taking a lot of antacids and ibuprofen ...

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Hi I am 51 years old. I drink large quantity of alcohol regularly. Last one week I stop drinking and test my Liver function. The test are as bellow: ALT- 241 AST -160 ALP -448 GGT 1117 What should I do ...

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I had a blood test and was told my liver enzymes were high. I had drank alcohol 2 days prior to my ... of weight lifting. Only drink on occasion could the enzymes be high 2 days after drinking alcohol? ...

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is consuming alcohol from past 12 years and of late is drinking heavily. I presume he has developed a fatty liver. What is the best treatment option available and how fast can he get back to normal level if he ...

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Hi, just had blood tests for liver and my AST is 48 and ALT 63. I know these are high, but should I worry and go to specialist. Dr suggested I change my diet and stop drinking alcohol. I have one drink ...

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Hi I did my checkup in February and was informed that my liver enzymes were slightly elevated. I ... drink alcohol or take over the counter drugs. What are the possible cause/s ...

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My wife and myself drank for 2 or three years every day. My wife liver enzymes were very high getting rejected for life insurance she is 59 I am 60. No previous alcohol use before will enzymes return ...

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I drank alcohol for the last 3 days. Today I went to emergency room for stomach issues. They said I have elevated liver enzymes. They told me I need to take Prilosec, if I continue to bing drink while I ...

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No. You should not drink. You will do more harm to your liver. Better to avoid alcohol. Please hit thanks if you like my answer.

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IT means liver cell damage, any cause such as , fever, liver disease and alcohol etc.

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Hello! Yes,elevated liver enzymes are indicative for a liver disease.These enzymes are inside liver cells.When these cells are destroyed in some conditions ,they are released in blood and the level of these enzymes in blood is increased over normal range. Take care.