Yesterday, the hospital checked the liver function, in which the high level of alanine aminotransferase reached 145, and the A / g reached 1.3. Other values were normal. I want to ask if the results were affected by eating greasy food, sweets and sleeping at 1 a.m. the night before
The high level of alanine aminotransferase in liver function test indicates that there may be inflammation in hepatocytes, that is, the manifestation of hepatocyte damage. It may also be physiological factors, such as drinking before blood drawing, excessive exercise, overeating and staying up late will cause the slight high level of alanine aminotransferase.
Hello, what you said, the hospital checked the liver function yesterday. The high level of alanine aminotransferase reached 145, and the A / g reached 1.3. Other values are normal. It is related to eating greasy food, sweets and staying up late the night before. Generally, there is no need for treatment, and it can be rechecked after a period of time
In this case, generally speaking, eating these foods will not lead to the increase of transaminase. Your transaminase is abnormal. On the one hand, there may be organic lesions of the liver. It is suggested to check the hepatitis index to exclude hepatitis. In addition, you can do B-ultrasound of the liver to understand whether there are changes in liver morphology.