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Low haptoglobin 0.24g/l with chronic elevated liver enzymes ALT of 100 AST of 55.Asymptomatic full neg- workup for all liver diseases in a 24 year old?
Monitor this: You need to continue follow-up with your doctor. Pathology may emerge over time, but many patients have slightly elevated lft's like yours, that never amount to any problem. In many cases, fatty infiltration of the liver is identified by ultrasound, and does not progress to actual liver disease. ...Read more
I'm 36 weeks pregnant with very low haptoglobin <6, normal liver function blood levels, and normal CBC levels. What could this mean?
I have petichiae on my legs, arms, and face. I had blood work done and have low haptoglobin <6, 2.3 reticulocytes, low platelets133. Possible causes?
Many possibilities..: The petechiae you are experiencing could be due to a somewhat low platelet (plts) count and that you are taking both Aspirin and Ibuprofen (both inhibit platelets). The higher than normal reticulocyte count with the low haptoglobin are consistent with hemolysis (red blood cell (rbc) breakdown). One possibility could be evans syndrome ("autoimmune" reaction to rbcs and plts). See hematologist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Low haptoglobin <10. Hematologist ran my blood bc of anemia and never mentioned this lab level. Ldh of 207. I'm exhausted and have no physical stamina?
Not clear: It is not clear what your diagnosis is. Ask the hematologist to tell you your diagnosis(?Anemia) and what is the cause? Anemia does cause fatigue but only if hemoglobin(hb) level is below 10 grams. There are many causes of anemia...Blood loss, blood destruction or lack of production of blood in your bone marrow. The specialist can investigate and tell you what is the cause in your case. ...Read more
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