Reyataz And Elevated Liver Enzymes
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Stanford University, School of MedicineIf your ALT and AST have been normal on this regimen for 7 years, then the elevation is likely not related directly to those meds. The slightly increased bilirubin is likely the result of reyataz, but that doesn't usually involve an increase in... Read more »
University of North Carolina at Chapel HillFrom your description, you had some type of hepatitis (inflammation of the liver) that may have become chronic. HAV, HBV and HCV can be easily evaluated by blood tests. Other viruses (CMV, EBV) can cause hepatitis as a secondary effect on the... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHello,Elevated liver enzymes (AST and ALT) indicates inflammation of the liver. Many things can do this, including infection, toxins or drugs (like alcohol or excess acetaminophen), gall bladder disease or malignancies.I hope that helps,BY... Read more »
Tufts University School of MedicineI think you ask good questions and the answer is that all are probably contributing...Viral hepatitis can certainly lead to elevated liver enzymes which can sometimes wax and wane...Fatty liver can also lead to abnormal liver enzymes...This is... 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?
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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, 1 ReplyI was wondering if when you donate plasma and they test your enzyme levels in your liver and stuff does it have to do with hiv.I'm wondering becuase i was told my enzyme levels were low when they tested my plasma and they needed to take 2 tubes of... Read more »
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