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Symptoms Of Low Liver Enzymes
Been sick 1yr. diangosis 1wk ago with Lyme. Neuro and joint symptoms. Pos ANA, low WBC, high liver enzymes. How long should I expect treatment to be? Thanks.
Up to 1 month: It may take up to a month of IV antibiotics, depending on the severity and specifics of your case. Evidence for benefit of additional weeks or months of IV antibiotics is mostly anecdotal , and must be weighed against the risk of line infection, adverse drug effects, and destroying the balance of your microbiome. ...Read moreGet help now ›
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
Usually OK: When we talk about liver enzymes, we are usually referring to transaminases (sgot/sgpt, ast/alt). The lower limit of normal is either zero or close to zero. Therefore having a low value of one of these is not an issue. Albumin and protein can be low in malnutrition or protein-losing kidney disease. And severe malnutrition will cause everything to be very low across the board. ...Read moreGet help now ›
My husband is an alcoholic and recently had a test done that said he had low liver enzymes what does this mean?
Need more info: Liver enzymes reflect the health of the liver, elevations means some ongoing inflammation, however normal enzymes do not necessarily mean no inflammation, but in general better normal than elevated. In your husband's case, one would need to know what tests were done, overall alcohol consumption, other psychosocial effects of alcohol consumption (e.g. legal, employment and family effects) ...Read moreGet help now ›
Am 33. A bit overweight. Do no tdrink. Have fatty liver. Liver enzymes and ultrasound normal but fatty liver. No symptoms. What re the risk? What do?
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Medical illnesses: There are many medical conditions that can cause these things...In general, you have anemia, and abnormal liver function tests that need to be evaluated and treated depending on the results of why you are anemic and have elevated liver enzymes. ...Read moreGet help now ›
Liver and sugar: High liver enzymes can arise from a number of conditions and you need to see your doctor very soon. How low is your low blood sugar? How often do you measure your blood sugar? What diabetes medication are you using? Put this all together and you MUST see your doctor! ...Read moreGet help now ›
Is low functioning gallbladder with elevated liver enzymes of AST 77 ALT 142 contributed by a underlying disease? If so what diseases?
Liver disease: Isolated "low functioning gallbladder" without gallstones would not commonly cause elevation of ast/alt. This could indicated fatty liver condition, hepatitis exposure, medication causing liver inflammation, etc. See your doctor or a gastroenterologist for full liver evaluation. However, if you do have gallstones then that could be a cause of the blood test results. ...Read moreGet help now ›
I feel alone, im only 18 and have low t, hbp, lot of anxiety disorders, high liver enzymes, etc. Etc. Is there other teens that go through this stuff?
Yes: You probably have a depression as well. Why don't you try to fix your problems with a good internal medicine doctor, with a team of other doctors: endocrinologist, gastroenterologist and psychiatrist? And try to get some hobby and people with the same interests. Best of luck! ...Read moreGet help now ›
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