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Forum Name: Liver Diseases

Question: I know elevated liver enzymes don't mean anything


 Anonymous - Sun Jun 19, 2005 6:40 pm

but, if I was feeling normal, I wouldn't mind.

The body is an amazing machine, and I'm surprised I how people are well all the time.

Persistent fatigue, muscle weakness, and... post nasal drip?

I am wondering, (since I have elevated liver enzymes twice normal what ALL the possibilities could be). I know I have "student syndrome"

All the possibilities of 2x liver enzymes. (AST/ALT) 20 y/o male five five (168 cm) dx with severe allergy to dust mites. NO NO NO Etoh, supplements.

I think what was dx as Idiopathic short stature possibly related to celiac. Its not addison/cushing not overweight, thyroid OK. My grandma had celiac.

I would appreciate it if you consider my case, and give me all reasons for liver enzymes.
 pugwoman - Sun Aug 21, 2005 6:25 pm

I have recently been diagnosed with pbc. I have been having ear and neck pain, especially when I yawn...I had vertigo once a while back, but hasn't returned. have had ears checked out for infection already...could it be another autoimmune disease as I have heard it is likely to have more than one? thank you

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