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What are physical symptoms of having high liver enzymes?

What are physical symptoms of having high liver enzymes?

Several: Liver enzyme elevation can result in several things, depending on which enzymes and how high. For example, itching as a result of high bilirubin levels; rashes may be seen; nausea and vomiting; diarrhea, etc. So, depending on which enzyme is elevated and to what extent will determine the symptoms. Usually 2-4 x normal does not give symptoms. ...Read more

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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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Been a superdrunk, have high liver enzymes in blood, its not hepatitas and don't have chirosis symptoms what is it? I'm not obeese. Help please

Been a superdrunk, have high liver enzymes in blood, its not hepatitas and don't have chirosis symptoms what is it? I'm not obeese. Help please

Liver Disease: You allude to some of the potential causes. Alcohol is right up there. Non alcoholic fatty liver disease, many other causes need evaluation with labs and you may eventually require a biopsy to nail it down. ...Read more

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Lower right side back pain/more like a dull ache than pain. Feels like I need to stretch the muscle. Slight elevated liver enzymes. No other symptoms?

Lower right side back pain/more like a dull ache than pain. Feels like I need to stretch the muscle. Slight elevated liver enzymes. No other symptoms?

The two could be re: The two may be related. This is something to discuss with your physician. The liver is on the right side where you are having your symptoms. This needs to be evaluated. ...Read more

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I seem to have an overactive thyroid and elevated liver enzymes, symptoms of graves and Crohn's issues- what can I do now?

I seem to have an overactive thyroid and elevated liver enzymes, symptoms of graves and Crohn's issues- what can I do now?

Get evaluated: You cannot diagnose graves' disease by symptoms alone. You need to see your doctors to have the graves' and Crohn's disase confirm by labs/imaging and possibly tissue biopsy. ...Read more

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30 mos. Of high liver enzymes, GFR 80, began with cushion sptoms/diabetes, metabolic sdrome, sdrome x, treat symptoms. Now platelets 86, 000. Ruq pain!

30 mos. Of high liver enzymes, GFR 80, began with cushion sptoms/diabetes, metabolic sdrome, sdrome x, treat symptoms. Now platelets 86, 000. Ruq pain!

Can be gallbladder,,: With all the metabolic imbalance you've had it could be that your gallbladder has stones and/or there could be obstruction of your liver ducts like your bile ducts. It would be smart to see your doctor soon and/or go to the hospital and get it checked, specifically a bilirubin and other tests to see what is going on at this time. Good luck. ...Read more

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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.

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 more

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What are high liver enzymes?

What are high liver enzymes?

Transaminases: Usually, elevated liver enzymes mean elevated sgot/ast and sgpt/alt, less often alkaline phosphatase and its kindred. These are released from injured (not necessarily dead) liver cells in a host of illnesses, several of which will kill you if they're missed. ...Read more

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What do high liver enzymes mean?

What do high liver enzymes mean?

Depends. . .: It depends upon which liver enzymes were elevated. High bilirubin suggests blockage or obstruction of the biliary tract. High alt & ast suggest fatty liver or excess alcohol consumption. High protein may be multiple myeloma. Toxic amounts of Acetaminophen (tylenol) can also elevate liver enzymes. Ask physician who ordered test for his/her interpretation & what to do next (possibly ultrasound). ...Read more

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What can I do for high liver enzymes?

What can I do for high liver enzymes?

See doctor: If you have high liver enzymes and more importantly if it is persistent, you need to see a physician for further evaluation and testing. ...Read more

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What can cause extremely high liver enzymes?

What can cause extremely high liver enzymes?

Many causes: Usually some form of acute hepatitis or liver injury. Common causes are viruses, medications and fulminant hepatitis, a serious condition that can require liver transplant. ...Read more

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What food to eat to lower high liver enzymes?

Avoid carbs: The most common cause of elevated liver enzymes is called non-alcoholic fatty liver. It helps to avoid carbs. Avoid sugars (especially fruit juice, baked goods, sodas) and starches (like flour, rice, potatoes) and see if you can walk 20-30 minutes a day. ...Read more

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Could you die from high elevated liver enzymes?

Yes: If the numbers are extremely high it could be a sign of full on liver failure. The numbers don't kill you. Its the fact that the liver isn't working at all. ...Read more

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I have elevated liver enzymes, what is too high?

I have elevated liver enzymes, what is too high?

Depends on cause: This all depends on the reason that your liver enzymes are elevated. It is important to try to determine te cause. ...Read more

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Can you tell me how to lower high liver enzymes?

Depends on cause: Alcohol intake is a common cause or elevated liver enzymes. If you drink, stop entirely. Other common causes are viral hepatitis, side effects of drugs and heart failure. It is not an issue for self diagnosis or self treatment. Please consult your doctor. ...Read more

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When are high liver enzymes considered dangerous?

Body Detoxifier: Elevated liver enzymes could mean you have hepatitis from some causes like virus, drugs or alcohol or other chemicals. Your liver could be weakened and not be able to detoxify our bodies of unwanted metabolites and then the whole body gets sick. So take care of yourself and talk to your doctor for specific diagnosis and treatment.. ...Read more

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Can you tell me about this with high liver enzymes?

Find the cause: Probably one of the following -- alcohol, some medication you're allergic to, hepatitis B or C, hemochromatosis, Wilson's, autoimmune hepatitis, antitrypsin deficiency, being overweight / not exercising. All are manageable, and all are danger to your life. Don't 'treat a lab value'. Get to the cause. This would be a great time to get trim & fit regardless. ...Read more

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Elevated liver enzymes, what is too high, how can I tell?

If you must ask...: ... They're too high. Liver enzyme elevations are not dangerous in themselves but are markers for serious disease that needs treatment. Hepatitis b ; c, hemochromatosis, wilson's, autoimmune hepatitis and non-alcoholic fatty liver are all capable of killing a person, but manageable if detected. ...Read more

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Is there any way to reduce abnormally high liver enzymes?

Is there any way to reduce abnormally high liver enzymes?

Depends on the cause: Avoid alcohol, lose weight, avoid any medications that may damage the liver. Treat the cause of the liver tests to be elevated. ...Read more

Enzyme (Definition)

An enzyme causes the transformation of a compoond to another compound. In living structures, it is the transformation of a protein to another form. An example is from an inactive state ...Read more