Patient Comments: Liver Blood Tests - Test

What were the results of your liver blood test?

Comment from: rjh61146, 55-64 Female (Patient) Published: February 08

My ALT(SGPT) was 211. Hepatic function panel: bilirubin, direct was .62.

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Published: February 04

I have been on pain medication for lupus and other health issues for a very long time I am only 36 and female. I was recently told that only 35% of my liver is functioning.

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Published: January 12

I am a 32 year old male who did a work physical. My AST was 67 my ALT was 50. I had been working out and was suffering from soreness in my muscles and had taken Aleve for two days before taking physical.

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Comment from: Maria, 45-54 Female (Patient) Published: January 10

My test results are: Elevated liver enzymes of ALT77u/l, AST76u/l and GGT of 182u/l

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Comment from: Chloe, 35-44 Female Published: January 04

The first time my doctor took a blood test it was 200, the third time it was in the 600's. This was a 3 and a half month process. I have not seen my doctor since and that was 2 months ago. The secretary called me and said the Dr. said for you to stop drinking.

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