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Postby Reagan » Wed Mar 04, 2015 3:20 pm

Has anyone had a liver screening that came back to have the levels outrageously high? If so, what was the outcome?
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Postby Pacho » Wed Mar 04, 2015 4:40 pm

Thanks for the time and info. I'm a new comer to this website and wasnt actually anticipating one to solution...CHEERS! You've created it feasible for my brain to consider that IT MAY BE anything low-life-threating! I understand that with any disease it's very important to consider excellent care but all I held reading was liver cancer or hepatitis!?! I had been like so bummmmmed! Anyway, this case is something which my spouse is certainly going through, he was examined for diabetes but was borderline.Ok, so thanks again!:)
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Postby Rand » Sat Mar 07, 2015 7:44 am

I had what the doctor said was high liver output.  I was sent to a specialist.  did a biopsy and was declared it was a fatty liver.  To watch the fat intake.   I am also newly diagnosed diabetic.  you should have your blood sugar tested for diabetes.
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Postby Braleah » Thu Aug 13, 2015 6:52 am

My brother just went through that. Come to find out he had Galstones and got an infected galbladder. Had to take his galbladder out because he was misdiagnosed nine months before . Check that galbladder out. Don't take no for an answer. The galbladder is right in front of the liver.  This would cause the numbers on the liver go high. Good Luck!
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