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Is 88 Ast Sgot Alt Sgpt 70
Is this considered high bilirubin results: Total Bilirubin 1.1 mg/dL, direct: 0.41dL and indirect 0.7mg/dL. ALT (SGPT) 36 UI/L, AST 29 UI/L?
Normal: the results you give look normal to me without knowing any reason why they were done. Results should always be discussed with the doctor who ordered them and interpreted in a complete clinical setting. ...Read more
Depends: If he's been sober for a few days (good!), they're likely to be normal. If he's abusing alcohol enough to hurt himself / others, they can still be within the normal range, or they can be high. If they're above 400, he's probably got alcoholic hepatitis. Sgpt tends to be lower than SGOT in drinkers. The diagnosis of alcoholism is clinical, not lab based -- but you knew that. ...Read more
Sgot is 27(0-37), sgpt high 62.1(0-42). Lymphocytes high.61, neutrophil .39. Liver utz normal. Why my sgpt is high? Help
More info needed: Viral infection, medication use, and alcohol intake are among possible explanations for the elevation of SGPT. Your doctor will likely want to follow the test to see if it returns to normal, and may want to order other tests to check for exposure to viruses that cause hepatitis. ...Read more
Good: It is not that bad. See PMD, they will help in a prospective way. ...Read more
My liver function tests results
anything serious, could this be jaundice?
In June ALT 66, ALP 214, Bilirubin .5, AST 38. Hep B, C negative. Repeated In September, ALT 37, Bilirubin 7umol, ALP 135. Urine yellow. No symptom?
Lifestyle: I trust that hepatitis C, Wilson's and the other causes of elevated transaminses with fatty liver have been ruled out. I trust you don't drink alcohol. Find some form of strenuous aerobic exercise that you enjoy, and get back into it wholeheartedly and with the same passion that gave you so much enjoyment as a teenaged male. Helath doesn't come from a pill or supplement bottle. ...Read more
Healthy F 35, 128lbs. Drink wine. Bilirubin 1.5, AST 14, ALT 10, Alkaline Phos 43, Glucose 94, Cholesterol 193, LDL 115. Why is my Bilirubin elevated?
How do you feel?: I am going to assume that you are not on any new meds. This is slightly above most normal ranges, which are set so that a few percent of healthies fall outside. You may have Gilbert's non-disease -- do your eyes get a bit yellow if you don't eat for a few days? ...Read more
Previously AST ALT 202 198 and now AST 29 ALT 46 and total bilirubin is 1.15 and direct bilirubin is .52, pls. Explain?
Liver issue: So your liver was inflamed when your ast and alt were high, but now it's back to normal. What caused hepatitis (liver inflammation) is hard to tell based on your presentation. A simple viral cold can temporary elevated liver enzymes. Viral hepatitis infection (a/b/c etc.) may be responsible. A number of other infections may transiently elevate liver enzymes. More history and testing is needed. ...Read more
Diagnosed of HBV in june with sgot 2400, sgpt 2200, bilirubine total 10.8, alkaline phos 220. My aug 23 test sgot 23, sgpt 18, bilirubine total 0.7.?
Good: Your liver function tests have normalized suggesting resolution of the infection, hbsag is likely to be negative now or soon. ...Read more
Tot Bilirubin 1.9, Direct 0.4; ALBUMIN 5.6, ALK.PHOSPHATASE 66, AST (SGOT) 17, ALT(SGPT) 21, GGT 20
Possible cause for elevation?
Need more info: All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. Having said that, If you have had a persistently elevated bilirubin without any symptoms, the likely explanation is Gilbert's disease, which is essentially harmless. Beyond that you require additional history, physical examination and may be additional tests. ...Read more
Sgpt 950 alkaline phosphatase 298 total bilirubin 5.5 direct bilirubin 4.4 kindly answer cause obstructive jaundice or hepatitis?
My liver function test shows ALT 67 u/l, AST 47 , GGT 96 u/l
alkaline phosphate 115 mg/dl. What is mybproble?
Mild elevations, But: Elevated Liver function tests may occur for a variety of issues from Fatty infiltration (hepatic steatosis), viral illnesses such as the hepatitis viruses, Alcoholism, increased use of medications that metabolize through the liver (such as Acetaminophen), cirrhosis, biliary disease, tumors, gallbladder disease, etc, etc. Get an evaluation for the most likely cause of your LFT elevations. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Fasting blood work. Total Bilirubin 1.5, Direct Bili 0.2, Alk Phos 44, AST 24, ALT 20, Albumin 4.4, Tot protein 6.6. Is high total Bili concerning?
Not unless its inc--: reasing. Every Lab has its own Reference range, so checking with your PCP would be the best as None of us would have a clue to the Reference your lab uses. Overall your numbers are not terribly high, except the Alk phos, I think. Best check with your PCP and maybe repeat the tests after 4-6 weeks time. Good Luck ...Read more
Fattyliver and hyperlipidemia, new lftresults bilirubin 0.2, alk.Phos.174, alt89, protein 8.6, albumin3.9, ast35.Lft&ct 3mo ago normal.Cause of elevated lft?
Still fatty liver: Were you told that you have type 2 diabetes and fatty liver? Sometimes the only sign of fatty liver related to metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes may be an increased liver enzymes such as alt. An MRI study may show fatty liver. The best bet would be to ask your doctor the reason for the elevated alt. Other labs appear normal. ...Read more
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