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Old 08-20-2012, 12:37 PM   #1
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High Liver Test Results

In December 2011 I got my blood drawn for my ileostomy reversal and my liver enzymes were high. An ultrasound showed my gallbladder was bad and needed to be removed; my liver was healthy in the ultrasound. A week later my enzymes came close to normal, but my bilirubin was high. My Hep A B & C tests were negative and no cancer, too.

In Feb 2012, my liver enzymes were normal except bilirubin was slightly high and GI surgeon believed it was from Gilbert's Syndrome.

I had a routine blood test in June and all AST was 55 and ALT was 119. My direct bilirubin was normal but indirect was high. I also had the hepatitis a/b vaccine right before my blood was drawn.

Any ideas what could be wrong? Thanks.

 
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