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Doctor insights on: Slightly Elevated Liver Enzymes With Loose Stool And Hematuria

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Dr. Eric Weisman
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Liver (Definition)

This organ plays a major role in metabolism and has a number of functions in the body, including glycogen storage, decomposition of red blood cells, plasma protein synthesis, hormone production, and detoxification. It lies below the diaphragm in the abdominal-pelvic region of the abdomen. It produces bile, an alkaline compound which aids in digestion via the emulsification of ...Read more


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Flank pain back & abdomen, nausea, diarrhea, chills, temp 99.8, no appetite, positive Murphy's, blood in urine, elevated liver enzymes, neg. Ultrasoun?

Flank pain back & abdomen, nausea, diarrhea, chills, temp 99.8, no appetite, positive Murphy's, blood in urine, elevated liver enzymes, neg. Ultrasoun?

Here are some ...: Your current scenario needs timely professional attention, care, and Rx disregarding availability of healthcare. So, collect & bring the info on the onset, degree, duration, interval, evolution, and progress of all the symptoms over time to Doc for analysis + physicals + possible tests such as CT of abdomen so to deduce possible Dx for proposing reasonable Rx/care. Don't wait. Best wish ... ...Read more

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Does anyone have loose stool when liver enzymes are high?

Does anyone have loose stool when liver enzymes are high?

High liver enzyme : Although loose stool can be a non-specific symptom due to various condition such as certain food, lactose intolerance, etc., elevated liver enzyme probably should be evaluated. Particular, in someone who has elevated liver enzyme and chronic loose bowel movement, one always has to consider a condition such as ulcerative colitis. I would make sure that you review your condition with your doctor. ...Read more

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Elevated liver enzymes, (no alcohol, no tylenol) bright to dull red blood and mucus in stool.. Should i worry?

Elevated liver enzymes, (no alcohol, no tylenol)  bright to dull red blood and mucus in stool.. Should i worry?

Need more evaluation: Yes, the combination of abnormal liver enzymes (not attributable to alcohol) and GI bleeding raises considerable concern. There are many possibilities here, but comprehensive lab work and endoscopic testing will clarify your diagnosis & needed treatment. In the meantime, please avoid nsaid's or Aspirin (unless medically prescribed), & let your doctor know you want to move your testing along. ...Read more

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Symptoms are high blood pressure, rapid heart rate, nausea, vomiting, right side abdominal pain, elevated liver enzymes, blood in urine, weight loss?

Symptoms are high blood pressure, rapid heart rate, nausea, vomiting, right side abdominal pain, elevated liver enzymes, blood in urine, weight loss?

Rapid heart rate: You need to get to an emergency room for an evaluation for all of your seriious complaints. Your nausea and vomiting could be related to the cause of your elevated liver enzymes. You rapid heart rate may be symptom of dehydration and given the list of complaints you have, some of which are serious, you need to head for the nearest er as soon as possible to prevent a serious event from developing. ...Read more

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High liver enzymes, anemic & weight loss....Also some pink in stool....Going for a blood test tomorrow....Very worried....Possible issues?

High liver enzymes, anemic & weight loss....Also some pink in stool....Going for a blood test tomorrow....Very worried....Possible issues?

Find the cause: I understand you are also hypertensive and taking Insulin for what i presume is diabetes. A variety of illnesses can cause lower GI bleeding as you describe, and your physician needs to find out why the liver enzymes are up. Look at this as a chance for better health rather than a fearful ordeal. Best wishes and stay proactive. ...Read more

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Do slightly elevated liver enzymes always mean cancer? I'm only 20 and don't want to be worried.

Do slightly elevated liver enzymes always mean cancer? I'm only 20 and don't want to be worried.

Not likely to be can: Cancer is rarely the cause of elevated liver enzymes...So you do not have to worry that much. Yet they imply liver damage of some degree, the commonest cause is alcohol. So i would advise you to be sure not to drink alcohol till the enzymes return to normal. Also make sure that you do not have hepatitis. This can be done with a blood test for hepatitis b and hepatitis c. ...Read more

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Can a UTI cause slightly elevated liver enzymes?

Yes: With any infection, you can get dehydrated ; will have an inflammatory reaction. Dehydration can raise liver enzymes to a small extent. In addition, liver enzymes are involved in the inflammatory reaction so they will go up too. After the infection is resolved, the liver enzymes should go back down within a few days. If you are back to your "normal self" ; the enzymes are still high, see your dr. ...Read more

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Why do I have slightly elevated liver enzymes at times and not other times? Docs have looked for hep. And many other things. Going on 10 years.

Why do I have slightly elevated liver enzymes at times and not other times? Docs have looked for hep. And many other things. Going on 10 years.

Elevated LFTs: Without more details, it is hard to say. Levels that are no more than twice normal yield a different list of possibilities than if they are , say, 10x normal. Low elevations may be due to medications and/or supplements you take, metabolic conditions, or a long list of other causes. Inherited disorders are also possible. Consult a hepatologist. ...Read more

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Is it ok to drink wine if you have slightly elevated liver enzymes?

First find out why: Your liver enzymes are elevated. Alcohol intake is a common cause of elevated liver enzymes. Also avoid acetaminophen/tylenol. ...Read more

Dr. Michael Michaels
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Blood In Urine (Definition)

Hematuria is the presence of blood in the urine. When you can see the blood, it's called gross hematuria. When the blood can only be seen under a microscope it is known as microscopic hematuria. Hematuria can be caused by kidney stones, kidney infections, urinary tract infections, an enlarged prostate, cancer, certain medications, and ...Read more


Dr. Oscar Novick
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Loose Stools (Definition)

Loose stools is a symptom in which a person's stool (poop) does not hold its shape after it goes into the toilet. Instead of remaining a shaped piece of poop, the poop spreads out in the toilet bowl water. Very loose stool is called diarrhea. Loose stool can be caused by infections, certain foods or drinks, ...Read more