Mildly Elevated ALT level anxiety. - reddit.com

Hello, Today I received back my blood test and all came back well except I had an elevated ALT level of 79 when the normal range is 9-46. Im a 22 y/o male, 213 pounds at 5'7", and while most months I do not drink at all, in November I had drank two 100 proof nips, at two different times, and a Good solo-cup and a half of cider and fruit with a moderate to heavy amount of 66 proof liquor in it.…

Elevated ALT Results - reddit.com

Hi all, Just got some blood results back today and came back with a 98 score for ALT Alanine Aminotransferase. Only other things that came back a bit elevated were platelets (422), lymphocytes (12.6), and "moderate" hemoglobin in urinalysis.…

Understanding the ALT AST Blood Test Results - HRF

Elevated readings from these blood tests are often the result of an acute viral hepatitis infection. This includes Hepatitis A and B. Chronic viral hepatitis can also produce elevated results. Liver cirrhosis also elevates ALT and AST levels, as does organ damage from alcohol, or a diminished flow of blood from the heart to the liver for some ...…

What is Considered High AST and ALT Levels?

Nov 29, 2018 · ReddIt. WhatsApp. Telegram. Email. What is Considered High AST and ALT Levels? Marked Elevation of Aminotransferases. When the alanine aminotransferase (ALT) is elevated 10 or more times the upper limit of reference (values lower than 40 U/l), it can be diagnosed the existence of acute liver injury, and in these cases should be initiated ...…

Can Elevated Liver Enzymes be Cancer? - epainassist.com

Jun 06, 2018 · Additionally, elevated enzymes are not the only criteria to confirm the diagnosis of cancer. There are other factors and conditions to be ruled out first to confirm diagnosis of cancer. There are two types of liver enzymes commonly found; serum aspartate aminotransferase (ALT or SGOT) and serum alanine aminotransferase (AST or SGPT).…

AST/ALT Ratio - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

For ALT, an elevated level in men was greater than 30 U/L and in women, 19 U/L. Using multivariant-adjusted analyses, the authors showed that in the U.S. population, elevated GGT was associated with mortality from all causes, liver disease, cancer, and diabetes, whereas elevated ALT was associated with only liver disease mortality [36].…