just keep in mind, although doctors are aware of this, that the reading wont be fibrosis only but as posted before the sum of fatty liver+inflammation+fibrosis, if you are immune tollerant it should be fatty liver only.any reading 7kpa may be fatty liver, fibrosis, inflammation
i suggest you apply my supplements and diet before taking the fibroscan to reduce fatty liver if possible: natural vitamin E 800iu, omega3 dha and epa about 3-5g daily, bitter mellon tea, vitamin d 10000iu daily, diet made of black rice, vegetables, blueberries and mixed berries fruit 170-200g daily are the most active to regress fatty liver
fibroscan reading is also influnced by alt level (usually when alt>200), weist fat (usually bmi>28) but the doctors should be able to filter these
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