" ...elevated liver enzymes (e.g. ALT about 3 x max range) and ultrasound scan showed my liver is \"moderately fatty\". Blood testing has ruled out all the standard causes of this and I don't drink any... "
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Elevated Liver Enzymes & Vitamin B12 Deficiency
0.1% of the posts that mention Elevated Liver Enzymes also mention Vitamin B12 Deficiency (12 posts)
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" ...you have elevated liver enzymes, epstein bar virus, ...ran but said I was fine) low b12...the list could go... "
" ...recommended that all hypothyroids supplement with b12 due to this high correlation. I wish my doctors had known this as well. I had no idea that this was the recommended protocol for hypothyroids. ... "
" low b12/elevated liver enzymes Before I had my colon/endo ...done (a few times actually)..Everytime I was low in B12 and my Dr recommended shots and my liver enzyme... "
" ...but sed rate, crp ( C reactive protein), low iron, low vit d, low b12, low magnesium, elevated liver enzymes ( alt, ast)depending on medications may be prominent, causing fatigue, lack of ambition... "
" ...your friends health problems. B12 deficiency can be caused by ...an inability to absorb b12 through the digestive tract ...The swelling in her feet indicate elevated liver enzymes and the bl... "
" Always fucked. Elevated liver enzymes, whacked eosinophils neutrophils, low B12 D, anemia, blah, blah. Just ran blood again last week at work... "
" ...- high titres of antibodies, elevated liver enzymes and further tests (probably with ...condition. I also read that vitamin b12 deficiency can also cause psychotic symptoms... "
" ...no direct test for IBS. It's a rule-out-other possible causes first dx. With low B12 & elevated liver enzymes, if I were you, I'd want some blood work done, endoscopy with biopsy,... "
" ...are elevated liver enzymes (AST, ALT) directly related ...the inflammation indicated by elevated liver enzymes). My last blood test continues to indicate mildly elevated liver enzymes. I do no... "
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