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Liver enzymes alcohol how long do they take to repair

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doctor1 MD

Hi I had a liver function test and my ggp or ggb was over @ 38 mine is suppose to be under 31. If I stop the intake of alcohol and have a healthy diet. Approx how long will it take to get my levels back ...

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if enzymes stay elevated is a biopsy. My questions are: 1. How long does it take for mild enzyme elevations ...Started having mild elevations of liver enzymes AST, ALT , and GGT starting sometime late 2013 ...

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how long does it take for liver enzymes to return to normal when a person has been drinking regulary for some time ? ...

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How long does it take for liver enzyme levels to change. Mine were twice the normal limit recently ... and processed foods how long before i see results? ...

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I have ast 218 and alt179, long term alcoholic,age 57, stopped drinking two weeks ago, now feel great, good gene pool, great appetite, getting MRI tomorrow. If I never drink again, can I expect ...

Public Forum Discussions

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I just got my lab results back my liver enzymes are double the normal numbers... I drink quite heavily and am wondering how long it would take for me to get back to a normal status for these figures ...

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me a rough estimate of how long it will take to return to normal? ...My liver enzymes are elevated, my ALP is almost 9 times the normal, I ve had scans and have ...

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to drink quite a lot of alcohol, but haven t had any for around 2 months. Will my liver enzymes go back ...

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I have two questions. The first one, concerns a blood test I had. Two of my liver enzymes were 30 points high, and I ve reduced my alcohol by 90%. How long will it take for the enzymes to return ...

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how long my liver would take to recover to a safe level if I cut my drinking to 3 days a week ...I ve just had a blood test and my doctor says I have high liver enzymes which are a cause of too ...

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in large amounts for 3 weeks now. How long until my liver and the threat of anemia--1 month ago it had ...I drank huge amounts of whiskey for several years-24 ounces every evening.Liver enzymes were off ...

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was removed because of gallstones. Back then my liver enzymes were elevated. I recently had my enzymes checked and the results were AST 86 and ALT 47. I do not drink alcohol or take any drug or medication. I have been tested ...

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health really concerns me. The doctors at the hospital stated that my liver enzymes increased, but will go down with not drinking alcohol. I read a bunch of online stuff that made me fear I have liver ...

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and hasnt done for a long time. How ever he did have part of his bowl removed and had a bag for nine years ...My Partner is waiting for an altra sound as his recent blood results indicated his liver results ...

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How can I get my liver enzymes down? I drink and was wondering should I quit drinking? I take bp meds to and was wondering is that affecting my liver to. All my blood work came back ok but the liver ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

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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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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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.