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Gamma Gt 68 Ul
Other findings?: Serum level of GGT of 67 is higher than normal and suggests injury to liver. However, an isolated lab test is not a reason to worry. What did other tests show? Do you drink? If you do, abstain for 2-3 weeks and repeat the test. Are you on any medications, including herbs and over the counter drugs? Discuss all these issues with your doctor to identify the cause of liver injury. ...Read more
Don't treat a lab: This worries me just a bit. I understand you are overweight and if the other liver enzymes are on the high side, this may your body's way of letting you know that it wants less to eat and more opportunities to exercise. If your physician is not overly concerned, I would not be either -- it's the very high values of GGT that usually are tip-offs to serious illness. ...Read more
Hard to say: Until age 60, GGT tends to increase as the years go by, faster in men than in women. At any age and for any level of drinking, it's about twice as high in african-americans. This makes for unfair situations as GGT is often used as a screen to see if someone is secretly abusing alcohol. If my GGT were above 100 regardless of who I was, I would wonder; however, it's a poor screen for disease. ...Read more
Halo, I had a medical done for work, after a long weekend (have been drinking that weekend) and they found my GAMMA GT is 100. They want to send me for a CDT test. So except for keeping away from alcohol, what else can I do, to help? I will be doing the C
Both are normal: Assuming the standard units, those numbers are normal. As to whether your liver is "bad, " it depends on the context that these tests were ordered - are you having some issues that makes you or your doctor think your liver is bad? ...Read more
Maybe nothing: About 1 person in 1000 has an autosomal dominant gene that produces a high GGT without anything else being abnormal. These folks get accused of being secret boozers which is unfair. Trusting everything else is good and that you drink seldom or not at all. ...Read more
My sgpt ALT level is 76 iu/l gamma GT is 39 I am male, muslim and never drunk in my life. I want to know the reasons of above lft indications?
Age 48 Y, no drinking history. Taking no medication. Gamma GT levels 48 U/L. SGPT and ALT within normal range. Please explain if GGT is normal or not?
Normal: 48 is in the normal range. No need to worry ...Read more
I just found out my AST =32, ALT =67 and gamma GT = 65. Recommendations and explanation for this?
I've alp 82 ul (upto126), sgot/ast39ul (36), sgpt/alt 46ul (45), gamma GT 47 (43). Causes of elevation and any concern?
Probably not: Would still however get tested for hepatitis, if there are no other reasons, such as alcholol or nedication. ...Read more
What do these high blood test numbers mean? Liver damage: blood test: alp 126 u/l gamma GT 85 u/l plts 454 x10 3/ul
Total bilirubin 6umol/L, Alk phos 63u/L, Alt 11u/L all normal. Gamma GT 38 uL normal <31. Wondering why is gamma GT out of range and what is next? C reactive protein <0.3 mg/L.All hematolog panel normal. Thanks
Normal: The numbers you present are essentially all normal. The minimal increase in GGT is highly nonspecific and so small as to be of no concern (absent other symptoms or concerns that suggest a problem with your liver or gall bladder). If concerned, suggest a retest in 1-2 months (and be sure to avoid any alcohol for 2 weeks prior to the test - excess alcohol consumption can elevate the GGT). ...Read more
My lft indicates gamma GT 39 and spgt ALT 76 I am male muslim never drunk in my life what are reasons and remedy?
Obesity, especially the abdominal kind, specifically the firm fat inside the abdominal cavity, is a leading cause of elevated liver enzymes.
Your elevations are minor. Other causes could be other medications or viral hepatitis. Could just be a temporary mild elevation of no real significance. Discuss with your doctor. ...Read more
Alt down from 77 to 64 after 3 weeks. Gamma GT was high at 64 but now in normal range. Should I be concerned. Doc said follow up bloods in 2 months.
Agree with Doctor: May not be anything to be concerned about but needs to be followed. If Hepatitis Panel is all negative than my just represent NASH but you need to see your doctor in follow up in two months to be sure nothing is missed. ...Read more
I'm 33yrs old male. Got my test reports. Wnt to knw if the below r normal. HDL= 54, Globulin = 3.75, Gamma GT (GGTP) = 33. Uric Acid = 7.70 Pls advice?
Lab tests: It is almost impossible to interpret isolated lab tests without knowing anything about the results of all of the rest of the tests, including normals and the medical background of the patient. If you have the test results, you might consider a consult with HealthTap Prime, in which you can upload the results and have them evaluated by a doctor immediately. Or ask your doctor. Good luck. ...Read more
Does diabetes could be the reason of chronical (3years) increasing of crp, esr and gamma GT? Thanks
Diabetes predisposes a person to fatty liver and may contribute to liver damage. It would be prudent to see your doctor of an evaluation of other contributory causes and control of diabetes. See this site for more info.
http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/diseases-conditions/diabetes/expert-answers/diabetes/FAQ-20058461 ...Read more
My mom's sgot is diagnosed around 63 and normal values should be around 46. plus her gamma GT is 36 which should not be more than 32?
Liver inflammation: These tests can be a sign of liver disease and or swelling and inflammation of the liver. They can also be affected by medications, infections, and many other causes. You should check with the doc who ordered the tests. Knowing your Moms medical history and recent exposures will help sort it out. ...Read more
My liver test results are as below --- bilirubin 1.74mg/dl and gamma GT 48.7 iu/l, it shows high in report. What are the risks and how to treat?
Means nothing alone: These labs are meaningless in the absence of clinical data and other labs. These may simply be normal for you; folks with gilbert's run high bilirubin but are healthy, and many folks run high GGT in this range. The ranges are set so that several % of healthy folks fall outside. If you're on a medication that can cause cholestasis and this is new, consider discontining. Insist your doctor explain. ...Read more
My liver gamma gt is 75 normal value is 10 to 60 and globulins 3.7 normal value is 1.8 to 3.5 (i had gallbladder removel surgery before 15 day) plz tell me why is this high rating?
Liver: In view of recent gall bladder problems, possible inflammation and gall bladder surgery, I recommend waiting another couple of weeks before performing complete liver function testing including hepatitis A, B and C panel. In addition you should abstain from alcohol until the tests are completed. A gastroenterologist can advise you better, however. ...Read more
Result for my enlarge liver bilirubin direct. 36 and indirect 1.05 and gamma GT is 93 and remain test in range so what is the problem and no alcohol?
Cholestasis?: Thanks for clarifying. Something may be slowing the flow of bile in your liver; your direct bilirubin and GGT are just a bit high. If you're not taking any medications and your imaging studies aren't remarkable, you might be asked simply to watch this; it may simply be you. Or your physician may refer or work you up. This isn't suggestive of alcohol in the first place. ...Read more
In my blood tests, I have high levels of trigliceridos (234 mg/dl), got (ast) (37.4ui/l), gpt (alt) (59.3ui/l), gamma-gt (52.3ui/l). Are these levels bad?
The AST and ALT: Are barely elevated. The triglycerides must be interpreted in the context of the last meal. Where you fasting? ...Read more