The lab. run my test 2 times to make sure it was correct. Results: Alkaline Phos. 271, SGOT 500, LDH 409, SGPT 414, GGT 1877, TOTAL BILI 2.4... I started taking Omega 3 Fish Oil 1200mg a few weeks ago, before taking my liver was normal. Can that cause these results? I do not drink alcohol.
Those numbers are threw the roof. I do not believe Omega 3 would do that to you. chinese herbs might if you are taking any of that.
I would advise getting the hep tests IMMEDIATELY. something is obviously destroying your liver in a pretty rapid rate and it would be in your best interest to find out now. Turn off the computer and go to the phone and dial your doctor right this minute, ok?
(YOu do realize that liver enzyme is released when a liver cell dies...so the higher the number the more cell death is going on. Liver damage is a serious thing and shouldn't be taken lightly at all!)
Let us know how you do Ken but please...call right now and get the blood test.
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