HolliAdrienne Posted July 23, 2014 Share Posted July 23, 2014 So, I have routine blood work because I am on high risk medication to control my autoimmune diseases. My bloodwork happened to fall on day 7 of my whole 30, and my normally way low and perfect liver enzymes (for my entire life) were WAY up. Like...my rheumatologist called me within the hour. I knew, I work in healthcare and looked up my own results. They had me repeat them on Monday, day 10, and I was praying it was just a lab error because nothing else made sense...I obviously haven't been drinking, I didn't OD on tylenol...etc. So...my results yesterday were the same, down a little but still way too high. I am hoping that MAYBE my liver is just like, ummm, what's all this protein and fat doing in your normally sugar heavy blood?? And throwing my labs off. They were down marginally from Friday to Monday. Biggest fear is autoimmune hepatitis, feel free to Google, I don't want to even think about that possibility. That is what my doctor said her concern is. I now have been referred to a specialist and may be looking at a liver biopsy soon. I just wanted to know if the moderators had any ideas, or had seen this? Probably not...my body is strange and rarely works to my benefit. Regardless, I am continuing to eat healthy and hope my liver is just confused, and my next labs will be normal. Never have I ever had a liver issue in my life, I am someone who could genuinely give up alcohol forever and be ok with it. Thanks for any insight. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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