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Is elevated liver enzymes dangerous in a newborn

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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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I have been taking Celebrex for many years now and I understand that my blood work shows that my liver count is getting close to the danger point, my doctor hasn't said anything, but I have learned ...

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My SGOT 50 My SGPT 101 My GGT 151 These Reports Are One Month Back But M Drinking Half To 3/4 Bottle A Day From Today From Now I Will Quit The Drinks For One Month... There Is Any Dangerous Thing Can ...

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I had gone for routine blood work and the results came back with elevated liver enzymes I had a ultrasound done of my liver. The test says: slightly heterogeneous echotexture to the hepatic parenchyma ...

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What could possibly cause my alt/sgpt in blood work to go from 13 to 34 in one week? What possible causes increase neutro (75.8) wbc 9.1, rbc 3.98, chloride 98, lymph auto 13.6

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that these values are very dangerous or i can reverse these valies easily. Thanks Sandeepak Rana ...

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are dangerous for my life or still have any remedy?plz reply sir. ...

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but now my liver enzymes have increased,told to stop taking statin and have blood checked again in one week...am I in danger? ...

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I m 153 cmht.85 kgs my sgot is61 n sgpt is 85 I m strict vegetarian please tell how can I reduce these levels Is it too dangerous?i used to vomit bile frequently.now with a bit of diet I m better.i had ...

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in your kind notice that I take 1-2 drinks daily. PLease help me in advising if there is any danger or I ...

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bengali foods for which I have to wait for 1 year again. Please let me know what is the danger level ...

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I had elevated liver enzymes in recent blood work. My doctor believes this is due to my weight gain ... wondering if that medication could also be the cause of the elevated enzymes and if I m in any danger ...

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Hi I have a question about my newborn nephew he was born yesterday morning at 9:14 he has low calcium levels and high liver enzyme levels and jaundace. They gave him IV calcium last night and it only ...

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to quit drinking altogether to avoid further liver disease or is it possible to continue drinking 3 beers a night which I do now instead of the 10+ I used to. Is this GGT and ALT level dangerous? ...

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doctor1 MD

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.

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Hi, Normally it does not cause.

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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.