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Elevated Alt/Ast Liver Enyzme counts

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- Wed, 08 Mar 2017 19:22:06 EST 0t6kNPeC No.54836
File: 1489018926888.png -(119584B / 116.78KB, 320x263) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Elevated Alt/Ast Liver Enyzme counts
Recent tests came back and I got a reading of 161(IU/L) for ALT and 55(IU/L) for AST.. They've both risen slightly since another test conducted about a month ago... Obviously, this is indicative of some kind of liver damage, and I'm extremely worried because I need dat Liver to metabolize other medications, like Accutane and Estradiol (neither of which I've started, btw, so that's not the cause) How concerned should I be? Is this possibly related to something more transient and less threatening, or am I totally fucked?
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Albert Fazzlededging - Thu, 09 Mar 2017 01:13:28 EST jLED4El2 No.54837 Reply
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The only way you'll really figure out how bad your liver damage is by getting an ultrasound or an endoscopy. I had pain in my liver for a long time after drinking alcohol and I found out I had a mild fatty liver and enlarged liver. I took a break from drinking for 5 months and ate food that helps the liver heal and didn't have much problems since. I did drink beer just recently after abstaining and didn't have any problems. I would take a break from anything like drugs or alcohol and get an ultrasound if you want to know for sure.

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