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Doctor insights on: Remedies For Elevated Alkaline Phosphatase

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What type of treatment is given to patients with elevated levels of sgot, sgpt and alkaline phosphatase?

What type of treatment is given to patients with elevated levels of sgot, sgpt and alkaline phosphatase?

Depends on the cause: We do not treat the tests but what is the reason for the abnormal tests it may be due to gall bladder disease, or liver condition and the underlying condition has to be addressed and treated. ...Read more

Dr. Andrew Seibert
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Alkaline Phosphatase (Definition)

The normal range is 20 to 140 iu/l.[12] high levels can indicate active bone formation occurring as alp is a byproduct of osteoblast activity (such as the case in paget's disease of bone). Levels are also elevated in people with untreated celiac ...Read more


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Doctor have migraine headache from 12yrs and elevated alkaline phosphatase level of about 370 iu ? Treatment dr

Doctor have migraine headache from 12yrs and elevated  alkaline phosphatase level of about 370 iu  ? Treatment dr

Let's sort out: Your alkaline phosphatase could be elevated due to bone or liver. Therefore preventative meds should be devoid of bad effects to these organs. Some drugs cause osteoporosis, and others are metabolized through liver. Would suggest safest approach using otc preps such as butterbur, feverfew, coq-10, or riboflavin. ...Read more

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Alkaline phosphatase elevated should I be concerned?

Depends: This depends on how elevated the levels are and whether you have any associated conditions (for example, pregnancy) which are known to cause elevated levels. Talk to your doctor for more information. ...Read more

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What are the causes for elevated alkaline phosphatase?

Liver bone & GB: Liver disease, bone disease and gallbladder are most common. However an elevated alk phos does not absolutely mean there is a true disease present. ...Read more

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What does it mean when alkaline phosphatase, MCV, MCH & MCHC are elevated?

Mixed bag: ALP is a liver (or bone) enzyme; MCV; MCH and MCHC refer to size and color of red blood cells as in macrocytic (big red cell) anemia - given your conditions and meds, I would ask your doctor if you may have a B12 or Folic Acid deficiency ...Read more

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What could cause alkaline phosphatase levels to steadily increase over a period of years, now at an elevated level?

Alkaline phosphatase: Causes for elevated Alk phos: biliary obstruction stone, tumor, stricture; autoimmune biliary cirrhosis; liver infiltrates do to granuloma, fatty liver, amyloidosis, sarcoidosis, malignancy; meds like estrogen, chlorpromazine, erythromycin ; viral hepatitis; bone diseases: Paget's, osteomalacia, mets to bone, PTH disease, vitamin d def, fracture ...Read more

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What causes bone pain and elevated alkaline phosphatase in women?

Several conditions: You could have the condition called paget's disease, however they are some other diseases that could produce elevated alkaline phosphatase such as liver cirrhosis of obstruction of the biliary tract, some medications and some type of cancers.Proper testing is necessary for proper diagnosis. ...Read more

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Does elevated alkaline phosphatase cause bone pain?

Does elevated alkaline phosphatase cause bone pain?

No: Alkaline phosphatase is known as a "marker" of increased bone (or liver) metabolism. It is contained in bone (and liver) so it will be elevated when bone is being broken down or resorbed as in paget's disease or bone cancer. It doesn't cause bone pain per se, but whatever is causing the bone to break down in the first place (e.g. Paget's disease or bone cancer) is the cause of the pain. ...Read more

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Elevated ALT levels and alkaline phosphatase direct bilirubin is .2 not very old only 18 gained about 30 pounds in 3 months what do these test mean?

Elevated ALT levels and alkaline phosphatase direct bilirubin is .2 not very old only 18 gained about 30 pounds in 3 months what do these test mean?

U R seriously sick: I see you are an 18 year old male taking "provigil", a stimulant prescribed for sleep apnea and narcolepsy and used illicitly to promote wakefulness. It can poison your liver and you need to talk with your physician about this. The fact that you've gotten fat in 3 months is very worrisome. Your doctor must rule hepatitis, hemochromatosis, wilson's, fatty liver and more in or out. ...Read more