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Dangerous Levels Of Alanine Transaminase
Depends: Depends on the normal values. Different labs have different ranges for what is considered normal and abnormal. You will need to give us those values. ...Read more
Alanine transaminase levels of 48 apparently should be below 34 on liver function tests everything else looks within normal limits what does this mean?
My alanine transaminase is 6 u/l, aspartate transaminase is 14 u/l and alkaline phosphatase is 57 u/l. Also my lymphocytes reading is 17%. Am I ok?
Not worrisome: Low liver enzymes are never a problem in someone who is not clearly very sick. White cell percentages mean nothing apart from absolute numbers. If you have no symptoms and no other abnormal labs, be thankful for good health. ...Read more
I did a liver profile test : alkaline phosphatase 47.1 u/l aspartate aminotransferase (sgot)39 u/l alanine transaminase (sgpt)53.7 u/l?
Get a follow-up: Expect these to be repeated iwth you off alcohol and any meds you don't truly need. There may be a hepatitis, iron overload, wilson's ; maybe autoimmue hepatitis workup in your future. You also list B12 ; vitamin d deficiency; I trust these are being managed ; the causes identified. ...Read more
My b12 levels are always 1200-1300 and my alanine levels are high. Does it neccesarily mean something is wrong with the liver?
Maybe: Elevated B12 means nothing. You're making more of the binder protein for some reason. Nobody measures alanine, but if your alanine amino transferase (ALT / SGPT) levels are up, you'll want to know why -- if it's not alcohol, you may have a medication allergy, a viral hepatitis, iron overload, Wilson's, autoimmune hepatitis, or it may be your body's way of asking for more exercise. ...Read more
Why was it tested?: To answer your question, we need to know why the test was ordered. Common reasons would be as part of testing for an acute illness or for a metabolic disorder. A common test would be for alanine aminotransferase, sometimes called a liver enzyme. "Slight" elevations are common during illnesses but should be rechecked. Another 'cause' for an elevation is the use of normal values for adults. ...Read more
What is the significance of having high blood alanine levels? Thsi was part of an amino acid analysis.
Associated with HTN:
An international study led by Imperial College London found a correlation between high levels of alanine and higher blood pressure, energy intake, cholesterol levels, and body mass index.
Alterations in the alanine cycle that increase the levels of serum alanine aminotransferase (ALT) is linked type II diabetes. ...Read more
What does it mean when you have high alkaline phosphatase levels, but low bilirubin, high aspartate transaminase?
See a hepatologist: In this setting, an elevated alkaline phosphatase (also known as alk phos), may be an indicator of bile duct obstruction, but can also be elevated in a number of other diseases, including immune injury to the bile ducts, such as primary sclerosing cholangitis or primary biliary cirrhosis. Alk phos can also be elevated in the presence of liver masses and infection. ...Read more
Went to ER my aspartate aminot level was high=389 & alanine=104, My CTscan/w/dye, Came back normal, 23 yr old male, Nausea & ab pain, Help DOCS im scared?
Relax and watch your:
Hi Reggie first take all fears and negative thoughts out of your mind.
Then follow your Dr recommendations and think about what you are eating and drinking. It also include any supplement you might be bought at a nutrition store.
Anything may have moved your liver enzymes levels.
The good new is it will be normal again if you do some rest, avoid extreme efforts and the reason is found and resolve ...Read more
Liver function test Total bilirubin level: 57 umol/L XE2px: (alkaline) 68 U/L XaLJx: (alanine) 22 U/L XE2eA: (albumin) 48 g/L Liver damage? Thoughts?
To be able: To provide you an appropriate interpretation of yo a lab test I'm more information necessary. This would include any history around when the testing was completed, what your passed blood testing has demonstrated, just to name a few things. In the end, you would be best suited by considering a formal consultation wear a more thorough evaluation and assessment could be completed. ...Read more
Nothing: Low is fine; high is a concern. ...Read more
Safety & efficacy of: Beta-alanine supplements in people younger than 18 have not been studied; therefore, it cannot be recommended. The FDA approves Beta-alanine as a food, not a drug. A review of independent studies shows it doesn't ^ muscle strength or aerobic endurance, but it does slightly ^ the amount of time an athlete can perform high-intensity exercises like weight-lifting & sprinting without fatigue. ...Read more
ALT: Alanine aminotransferase is an enzyme that is found in blood serum and in some tissues, most notably liver cells. It is commonly measured clinically in the diagnostic evaluation of liver injury. It can be significantly elevated in a variety of entities, including diabetes, heart failure, hepatitis, myopathies and other entities. When found, one needs to determine the reason for the elevation. ...Read more
How long does UCDA take to lower serum transaminases (if it will)? Is the pattern linear? Heptologist experimental course of this bc can't tolera biopsy
Experimental: Still in trials, and may not be completely effective for your condition. ...Read more
CH3CH (NH2)COOH: The l-isomer is one of the 20 Amino Acids encoded by the genetic code. Its codons are gcu, gcc, gca, and gcg. It is classified as a nonpolar amino acid. D-alanine occurs in bacterial cell walls and in some peptide antibiotics. ...Read more