i had a liverfunction test doone a month after having my son,it came backnabnormal and dr said it only comes bk that way when ur alcoholic or pregnant,i dont drink n hve just had a baby,so she sed we do it agen could be ur hormones after childbirth,so didit n abnormal so sh told me wait month n do it agen this was yeterday n gota waiit til monday for results,she sed they doin my bone profile aswell this time,can someone explain what they do n why they doin them xxx
I'm not sure WHY this happens. But in 2001 I gave birth to my first son (second delivery). He ended up being stillborn due to a cord accident. My bloodwork came back that my liver enzymes were very abnormally high. I ended up having to stay in the hospital 3 extra days. I had to have an ultrasound of my internal organs, plus follow ups with internal medicine. They had me on certain vitamins and after a couple of months the test results were normal. I have since given birth an additional 4 times with no issues. I never got an explanation as to WHY they were so elevated.
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