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Author Topic: Elevated total protein.  (Read 4593 times)

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Offline strangerbynight

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Elevated total protein.
« on: September 10, 2017, 08:58:37 pm »

I just got my blood test result for 4 week treaments, my liver enzyme is now in normal range but the nurse told me that my total protein is slightly elevated. Normal range is 80 and mine was 85, should i concern about this? Its been in normal range for the past 8 months as far as i know, i am now on my weeks 4 ong generics harvoni, can anyone shed me some light

Offline gnatcatcher

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Re: Elevated total protein.
« Reply #1 on: September 10, 2017, 10:15:50 pm »
If you're talking about "Total Protein Serum," at my lab, the normal range is 6.0 - 8.0, but I've been up as high as 8.8 a couple of times without my doctor being worried.
9/29/71 transfusions
HCV genotype 1a
7/09/15-9/30/15 Harvoni

Before treatment:
Viral Load 9,490,582
FibroScan 19.5 kPa [F4]
ALT 262
AST 217
ALP 183

Most recent:
FibroScan 7.6 kPa [F1-2]
ALT 15
AST 20
ALP 85


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