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My Alkaline Phosphatase Is 139
Liver tests: Both of those tests are slightly abnormal. They are tests of the liver, but without the rest of the liver numbers and knowledge of your medical condition, medications, and physical exam, it is impossible to know what is causing the abnormal tests. You should see your doctor or a gastroenterologist, or perhaps do a consult here on Healthtap concierge, if you have the results that you could upload. ...Read more
My billirubin Total is 17.8mg/dl SGPT ALT is 59 U/l Alkaline Phosphatase is 198 U/L and Anti HAV Igm is negative. Age is 63. Why is mybillirubin high?
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
Lab results...: The normal range is 44 to 147 IU/L. You are in the upper level of the NORMAL range. ...Read more
My creatine is 1.1 urea is 30. Spot microalbumin is 19. I my albumin creatine ratio is 30.79. My usg report says first grade nephropaty changes...I'?
Ask your physician: If you are a reasonably muscular man, a serum creatinine of 1.1 is normal or even a bit less than expected. The urea is a wee bit high but if you just ate a steak it's normal. Spot Albumin of 19 is perfectly normal if micrograms/ml; i don't know the units for the albumin/creatinine ratio. There's a fad in lab reporting that overidentifies healthy people as early kidney kidney cases. Do ask though. ...Read more
My husbands serum creatine level is 1.39 and hb 11.2, he is 39 years old, is this an indication of kidney disease?
What does it mean if my creatinine syrum is 0.4 & my bun/creatinine ratio is 28 h my ldh is 124 l & my uric acid is 2.6 l i'm a 22 yr old woman?
Just a number.: In and of itself, the bilirubin level is just a number, and as such your number os not very high. It would be prudent, though, to interpret this value with respect to your other liver enzyme values - LDH, AST, ALT, GGT - as well as perhaps a liver ultrasound. Low value, but hard to interpret on its own. ...Read more
My lactic acid and pyruvic acid are in the normal range (1.8 and 0.046 respectively), but is my L:P ratio elevated?
In ref to blood work, what is alakine phos and alt? Is low alkaline bad? Are high ALT bad? Is a 128 cholesterol level bad? Alkaline pho =2 alt=50 ?
Alk phos, ALT & chol: Low alkaline phosphatase may be due to nutritional deficiencies, possibly related to malabsorption as in celiac disease, hypothyroidism or some genetic causes. Low cholesterol may be ok but if your HDL is also very low in relation to your ldl, it may be a risk factor for cardiovascular disease. Mildly high alt may signify liver injury or inflammation which can have many potential causes. ...Read more
My albumin level is 3.9 and globulin is at 2.1.....Total protien is 6....The normal limit is 6.6-8.3....My sgpt is 26 and sgot is 20..Is my report ok?
I'm not worried: Reference ranges are set so that several percent of healthy folks fall a bit outside at either end. If you feel well, i wouldnt be concerned. ...Read more
Are Anion gap and Alk Phos levels inversely proportional, since one indicates alkaline and the other acid?My panel: Alk Phos Jan 32/Jun 39, Anion 5/7.
Had blood work done. My creatinine was 0.68 GFR >60 bun/creat ratio 37.9 urea nitrogen 19 sodium 139 potassium 5.3 chloride 106. Is this all normal.
Yes: Be thankful for good health.Get a more detailed answer ›
I scared, my gfraa is 41.95 and my gfrnaa is 34.61. My creat is 1.5 and a/g is 1.64, urine microalbumin cratininie ratioalbumin 39mg creatine 300<30 ?
I'm worried too: You're a female, I don't know if you're elderly, but this does suggest some diminished renal function. If your urinalysis is abnormal, I'd be more concerned. You're likely to be tested in a few weeks off medications, and if your labs are still abnormal, to be referred to a nephrologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Probably not but...: Contrary to popular belief, cholesterol is not a major cause of heart disease; the real cause is inflammation. However, it is reasonable to look at the subtypes of LDL as if it is mostly the small dense type it is of some concern. You should test other risk factors like CRP, homocysteine and Lp (a). See http://tinyurl.com/axtab4d and http://tinyurl.com/9x3n594 and http://tinyurl.com/43vtf67 ...Read more
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