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Suggest remedies for elevated liver enzymes

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

Suggest remedies for elevated liver enzymes

SGPT 55, SGOT 46;Sir,please guide how to control THANKS

What causes elevated liver enzymes?

acting hydromorphone a day, as well as 2mg of Visanne (a progestin). My liver function tests were all ... had a liver biopsy in February of this year, and it came back normal. After the liver biopsy I began ...

Suggest remedies for elevated liver enzymes

How do I lower elevated liver function tests? How do I lower AST & ALT? Please send information on how to lower elevated liver enzymes to my E-mail address: YYYY@YYYY . How long will it take to get ...

Suggest remedies for elevated liver enzymes

I have higher liver enzymes.What are the supplement which support the liver. I studied on internet the coffee is good liver which detox the liver. Can you give info about other supplements. ...
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Having elevated liver enzymes. Cause?

I got a call this afternoon that my blood panel has revealed elevated liver enzymes . I was seen ... on my liver and do more blood work to test for hepatitis . I am wondering what could be causing ...

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What causes elevated liver enzymes?

What could a high SGPT (134), high SGOT (65), high GGTP (182) and high AP (173) indicate. Just 3 months back I had borderline high SGPT and GGTP readings. Have completely cut don on alcohol and fried stuff. So was actually expecting a better set...

Does androgel elevate liver enzyme levels?

this life long. Also, can Androgel elevate liver enzymes (ie ALT ). Pls advise ...

What causes elevated liver enzymes?

Hi I just went and had blood work done for my thyroid because I have been hypothyroid, and the tests came back that my TSH was stable by my liver enzymes were at 89 and 117. I am only 18 yrs old ...

Could the antidepressants be causing the elevated liver enzymes?

also take an occasional Klonopin (usually a quarter of a .05 mg tablet) My most recent liver function .../L (range is 3-65), Direct bilirubin of 0.3 mg/dl (range is below 0.2mg/dl). All the other liver tests ...

What causes elevated liver enzyme levels?

My husband recently had a stool sample and the results came back with elevated liver enzymes and blood in the stool. He is going for a colonoscopy next week. He is 48, overwieght, high blood pressure ...

What causes elevated liver enzymes?

Hi, I am 70 years old, 88 kg weight and 178 cm high, my routine check up over the years shows my SGPT and SGOT are below 30U/L, today I found both to be 61 U/L.All other blood chemistry figures are normal. my diet is not heavy in fats and I do...

What causes elevated liver enzyme levels?

Hi my age is 55 male wieght 82 kg height 5.6ft. I took erythrodar thrice daily for 3 weeks to treat burning in urine and possible prostatis. prostrate slightly enlarged. I did my blood test right after the erythrodar antiobiotic course. My SGPT is...

Suggest remedy for elevated liver enzymes

Hi my husband is 32 years old. Last year, in March, he lost 12 kg and was found to have high blood sugar levels and also elevated liver enzymes (SGOT, SGPT, ALP, and GGT). Now his SGOT and SGPT ...
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Do elevated liver enzymes mean liver disease?
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.
Can HPV cauze elevated liver enzymes?
Hi, Normally it does not cause.
Can you still drink with elevated liver enzymes?
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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