Elevated Liver Enzymes Associated With Hiv
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University of Minnesota, School of MedicineGGT levels can be increased from alcohol use, conditions causing biliary obstruction, fatty liver and many other liver/biliary tract conditions. Many drugs such as acetominophen and many anticonvulsants, hormones, and others can increase GGT levels.... Read more »
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Bacterial Translocation Is Associated With More Severe Liver Fibrosis in HIV/Hepatitis C-Co-Infected PeopleAccording to researchers in Madrid, Spain, intestinal bacteria in blood (bacterial translocation) is associated with more severe liver disease in persons with HIV/hepatitis C virus coinfection. To determine the association between the severity of... Read more »
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Posted by Mark100, 1 ReplyHey guys I just have a question regarding elevated liver enzymes. I contracted hiv in early December of last year and ever since my liver enzymes have been elevated. I don't drink except the occasional drink on the weekends, I don't smoke or do... Read more »
Posted by MiamiLat, 2 RepliesHello out there. Does anyone have any knowledge on liver function tests? Has anyone had elevated enzymes?
My exposure occurred on 12/05/05 by having unprotected insertive anal sex with an HIV pos partner. I tested NEG at 6 wks via OraQuick, 12 wks/... Read more »
Posted by steelah343, 1 ReplyI just recently had an HIV test for the first time. I'm currently waiting results.
The impetus for the test was an increase in liver enzyme levels, which my doctor tells me have doubled (from 20s to 40s) in the past two years.
Again, I'm not certain... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesHi guys, How good to have you out there to share my worries.
After a high risk sexual relation over 3 months ago, I have had a flue on 2 occassions, once after 4 weeks, and then after 10 weeks.
I have had 3 hiv tests done, at 2 weeks, 4 weeks and 12... Read more »
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