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Total protein 7.7, albumin 4.0, total bilirubin 0.4, alp 131 (norm up to 116), alt 55, ast 24. concern for liver failure? doc said nothing onhigh alp

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Dr. Andrew Seibert answered

Specializes in Gastroenterology

it is difficult to interpret labs without knowing the medical setting under which they were drawn. Having said that, there are many things besides liver issues that can cause a slight increase of alkaline phosphatase. I would recommend talking to your doctor about this, and perhaps having a repeat blood draw in 1 to 2 months. Good luck.

Answered Jan 26, 2016

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