I have been through an extremely difficult four years involving depression, back problems and excessive behaviour with my 15 yr old daughter who has stolen a great deal of money from me - around £4,000. I have always had a few glasses of wine a night but however are now drinking more. My daughter was taken into care approximately 10 months ago which I found extremely distressing. I was unaware that my alcohol consumption had increased. My Doctor took my bloods approximately a week ago and the enzyme readings had jumped from 80 last June to 120 this May. He stated that this was serious and that I could have cirrhosis. I was then told that he had requested an appoint and they had refused as I was drinking alcohol. However I have had two scans in the past and neither had shown any damage. Please could I have your advice on this matter. MANY THANKS Caroline XXXXXX
I will have to call my surgery to confirm which I have just done. My serum phosphate is 1.91, alkaline phosphate 313 and gamma GT 1208. I am also suffering with severe depression which I am taking two doses of efexor 75 twice daily. This is because I am unable to work due to a extremely painful back. I am taking codeine, ibuprofen, solpadol. zydol and Neurontin 100g for the pain
I will have to call my surgery once again. The gamma gt is 1208. There is no result for the AST. ALT is 38, bilirubin11, total protein 68 and albumin level 36
The original test results of 120 was a mistake. This is actually the gamma separate gamma gt 1208?
The gamma get is not 128 it is 1208 which is significantly higher. That was what my Dr was so concerned.
Thank you. I feel that I understand matters more now. But I do think I need to cut down my alcohol intake drastically.