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Lipases, such as lipoprotein lipase and endothelial lipase, are enzymes that breakdown circulating triglycerides (tg). Specifically, lipases degrade tg rich lipoproteins including chylomicrons, very low density lipoprotein (vldl) and remnant particles produced by breakdown of chylomicron and vldl particles. Decreased lipase function leads to accumulation of ...Read more
Maybe nothing: A mild elevation of serum lipase generally means nothing whatever. Even taking an Ibuprofen tablet may raise the level. The reference range is simply what most folks have. Lipase is assayed primarily to rule out acute pancreatitis, which is not a subtle disease and in which lipase is usually several times above the top of the reference range. ...Read more
High lipase levels: 33 F from Canada notes lipase levels mildly elevated and asks what could cause this. There are many things that can cause this including pancreatitis, gall bladder stone in pancreatic duct, meds, kidney disease, So you really need to ask the Dr who ordered it to interpret it for you as your team there knows you best. You can also google this. But I recommend uptodate. Com 4 best source of med info ...Read more
Pancreatitis: Hi. What did the doc who ordered the test tell you? We order tests for a reason to either try to confirm a suspicion or rule it out. In your case, it's looking for causes of your abdominal pain and bloating. Your lipase is high, and the most common reason would be pancreatitis, which certainly could be the cause of your symptoms. Pancreatitis can make you very sick. Talk with your doc. ...Read more
Lipase is usually measured in serum and it should be less than 160. It is secreted by pancreas and is normal constituent of intestine. There is no need to try to increase your serum level of lipase. If you have pancreatic deficiency, oral supplements are available, but you should discuss that with your doctor. See this site for more info.
http://www. Nlm. Nih. Gov/medlineplus/ency/article/003465.htm. ...Read more
Any significance to your lipase level going up in the past 3 months? It is still in the normal range, but a lot higher then it was. Levels 17, 38, 73,
Lipase levels: All your levels are normal and there is no cause for concern. Why are you having them measured? Do you have a problem or are you on a medication that requires the level to be measured? If that is the case continue to have the level monitored. Hopefully the levels will continue to be normal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My hubsand is having mild pancreaties. His lipase level is 3429.8 u/l.He was admited for 2 days. Now at home with medicines, light diet. Need suggestion?
Work up: If your husband did this to himself drinking, get him into alcohol rehabilitation or yourself into a program for family members of problem drinkers. If not, he needs a proper workup, including a genetic check for the trypsinogen mutation and the cystic fibrosis genes that cause this stuff. ...Read more
What can cause amylase & lipase levels to slightly elevate? They weren't too high like norm is under 300 it was 332. All rad tests are negative!
More than a little: Elevated. Elevations of amylase and lipase are usually due to pancreatic damage, and some times due to intestinal obstruction, renal failure. X-ray is not the most sensitive diagnostic tool for pancreatic lesions. Do you drink; or have gall stones? It would be prudent to consult a gasto-enterologist for a proper workup for your level of enzyme elevations. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My lipase level is rising. Norm is 176 at GI I was at 178 to 238 now at 293. The levels aren't very high but what things could be causing them to rise?
High TG: High triglyceride/Billiary ductal anomaly...stone....Get a more detailed answer ›
What are the signs and symptoms of pancreatitis? Is flattulance one of them? Is low lipase levels one?
Yes: Pancreatitis can be acute and chronic. Acute pancreatitis is life threatening, its major symptom is abdominal pain and will typically present with a very high lipase. Chronic pancreatitis will present with bouts of recurrent abdominal pain and may associate flatulence. Pancreatic insufficiency, specifically lipase, may cause flatulence also. Dietary changes along with enzyme replacement may help. ...Read more
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