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Slightly elevated AST ALT and alkaline phosphatase in otherwise healthy woman. Concerned. Should I be? What could be the cause?

Need more info. What are the actual values? Do you drink alcohol? If you do, abstain for three months and redo the tests. Please note that all lab results need to be interpreted in the context of all other health information. Read more...

I discovered that my alkaline phosphatase is 128. It was 118 eight months ago. My AST is 18, ALT is 29, BUN 11, creat 0.9. Should I worry? 34yr male.

Stop worrying. If it's non-fasting and you do not have blood group A or AB (which inactivate intestinal alk phos), you're probably normal. Most folks who run a slightly high alk phos, which is common, never find the cause and it never reveals a treatable problem that you won't find on routine history and physical. You're a guy so you're not pregnant. Might you have had a little bone fracture from sports? Read more...

If I have very high levels of alkaline phosphatase, ast, alt, total bilirubin, what does it mean?

Liver enzymes. May have underlying serious liver problem.Cirrhosis of liver, chronic alcoholism, hepatitis a, b, or c, primary biliary cirrhosis, congenital liver disorders , obstructive jaundice etc. Gi specialist might be able to help you. Read more...

My 2 month old baby (almost 3) had a lot of tests done, hes alt came back at 64 and ast 66 and his alkaline phosphatase 293, im really worried?

Blood tests. There are a few diseases that leap out from blood tests. Most of the time, however, blood tests don't tell the doctor much on their own. These results fall into the second group, not very specific. Some tests reflect bone growth in children which is not seen normally in adults. Read more...

Hx of rectal ca sp LAR, CEA 4m interval rise from <0.5 to 2.4, Bilirubin 0.4, alkaline phosphatase 46, ALT 46, but high AST 79. What's the cause?

LIVER PROBLEM. No evidence with the tests that there is recurrent rectal Ca. The AST or SGOT suggests there is some form of liver damage that should be evaluated by scan and possible liver biopsy. Read more...

My serum total bilirubin came at 1.3, AST (sgot) 13, ALT (SGPT) 09, Serum Alkaline Phosphatase 67, I am 23 year old male, explain my about this?

Gilbert's. Hi. It's most likely, Gilberts, a benign defect in bilirubin conjugation that needs no treatment. Measure conjugated and unconjugated bilirubin. In Gilbert's, unconjugated bili is increased. It's benign...no treatment needed. Read more...