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  1. Bulldog

    Bulldog Administrator Staff Member Administrator

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    How much Milk Thistle? I have this product: http://www.vitacost.com/vitacost-milk-thistle-extract-standardized-600-mg-per-serving-300-capsules and I started taking one per day (300mg) last week, actually the day after the blood draw with the elevated ALT. Is one capsule enough or should I take two?

    I was also curious if anyone thinks that Milk Thistle might help the liver flush estrogens more efficiently? That was the reason I started the Calcium D-Glucarate...I heard it would help. Will the Milk Thistle aid in this as well?
     
  2. cpeil2

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    That's what I use. I take on in the AM and one in the PM. I don't know about the estrogens.
     
  3. Bulldog

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    Thanks.
     
  4. Bulldog

    Bulldog Administrator Staff Member Administrator

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    Here are my latest labs. Numbers to note are bold.

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    Quest Diagnostics
    Collected: 12/20/2013 / 08:35 EST

    Test Name In Range Out Of Range Reference Range Lab


    COMPREHENSIVE METABOLIC PANEL BH
    GLUCOSE 93 65-99 mg/dL
    Fasting reference interval
    UREA NITROGEN (BUN) 19 7-25 mg/dL
    CREATININE 1.14 0.60-1.35 mg/dL
    eGFR NON-AFR. AMERICAN 78 > OR = 60 mL/min/1.73m2
    eGFR AFRICAN AMERICAN 90 > OR = 60 mL/min/1.73m2
    BUN/CREATININE RATIO NOT APPLICABLE 6-22 (calc)
    SODIUM 138 135-146 mmol/L
    POTASSIUM 3.9 3.5-5.3 mmol/L
    CHLORIDE 103 98-110 mmol/L
    CARBON DIOXIDE 26 19-30 mmol/L
    CALCIUM 9.2 8.6-10.3 mg/dL
    PROTEIN, TOTAL 6.4 6.1-8.1 g/dL
    ALBUMIN 4.6 3.6-5.1 g/dL
    GLOBULIN 1.8 L 1.9-3.7 g/dL (calc) - This is ALWAYS low.
    ALBUMIN/GLOBULIN RATIO 2.6 H 1.0-2.5 (calc) - This is ALWAYS high.
    BILIRUBIN, TOTAL 0.8 0.2-1.2 mg/dL
    ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE 54 40-115 U/L
    AST 28 10-40 U/L
    ALT 48 H 9-46 U/L

    TSH 0.02 L 0.40-4.50 mIU/L BH
    T4, FREE 1.2 0.8-1.8 ng/dL BH
    T3, FREE 6.5 H 2.3-4.2 pg/mL BH - My medication is being adjusted to address this.
    T3 REVERSE, LC/MS/MS 15 8-25 ng/dL AMD

    ESTRADIOL, ULTRASENSITIVE EZ
    LC/MS/MS 24 < OR = 29 pg/mL

    CBC (INCLUDES DIFF/PLT) BH
    WHITE BLOOD CELL COUNT 5.0 3.8-10.8 Thousand/uL
    RED BLOOD CELL COUNT 5.04 4.20-5.80 Million/uL
    HEMOGLOBIN 16.1 13.2-17.1 g/dL
    HEMATOCRIT 46.4 38.5-50.0 %
    MCV 92.1 80.0-100.0 fL
    MCH 31.9 27.0-33.0 pg
    MCHC 34.7 32.0-36.0 g/dL
    RDW 13.3 11.0-15.0 %
    PLATELET COUNT 135 L 140-400 Thousand/uL - I don't recall my platlet count ever being low, but I would have to go back and check my other labs
    MPV 8.7 7.5-11.5 fL
    ABSOLUTE NEUTROPHILS 3135 1500-7800 cells/uL
    ABSOLUTE LYMPHOCYTES 1440 850-3900 cells/uL
    ABSOLUTE MONOCYTES 335 200-950 cells/uL


    VITAMIN D, 25-HYDROXY, LC/MS/MS Lab: CB
    Test Name Results Reference Range
    VITAMIN D, 25-OH, TOTAL 91 30-100 ng/mL - I take 10,000 IU Monday, Wednesday & Friday and I take 5,000 on Tuesday and Thursday. I like this number.
    25-OHD3 indicates both endogenous production and supplementation. 25-OHD2 is an indicator of exogenous sources, such as diet or supplementation.
    Therapy is based on measurement of Total 25-OHD, with levels <20 ng/mL indicative of Vitamin D deficiency, while levels between 20 ng/mL and 30 ng/mL suggest insufficiency. Optimal levels are > or = 30 ng/mL.
    VITAMIN D, 25-OH, D3 91 ng/mL - I take 10,000 IU Monday, Wednesday & Friday and I take 5,000 on Tuesday and Thursday
    Reference Range Not established
    VITAMIN D, 25-OH, D2 <4 ng/mL
    Reference Range Not established

    ABSOLUTE EOSINOPHILS 65 15-500 cells/uL
    ABSOLUTE BASOPHILS 25 0-200 cells/uL
    NEUTROPHILS 62.7 %
    LYMPHOCYTES 28.8 %
    MONOCYTES 6.7 %
    EOSINOPHILS 1.3 %
    BASOPHILS 0.5 %
    DHEA SULFATE 395 H 45-345 mcg/dL CB


    TESTOSTERONE, FREE,BIO AND TOTAL, LC/MS/MS SLI
    TESTOSTERONE, TOTAL 534 250-1100 ng/dL - My Testosterone levels are WAY lower than they have been on every other blood draw. I believe this to be a lab error. I guess I'll find out on my next labs. Nothing is changing with this medication.
    TESTOSTERONE, FREE 98.4 46.0-224.0 pg/mL
    TESTOSTERONE,BIOAVAILABLE 210.9 110.0-575.0 ng/dL
    SEX HORMONE BINDING GLOBULIN 22 10-50 nmol/L
    ALBUMIN,SERUM 4.7 3.6-5.1 g/dL


    PERFORMING SITE:
    AMD QUEST DIAGNOSTICS/NICHOLS CHANTILLY, 14225 NEWBROOK DRIVE, CHANTILLY, VA 20151-2228 Laboratory Director: KENNETH L. SISCO, MD, CLIA: 49D0221801
    BH QUEST DIAGNOSTICS INC AUBURN HILLS, 4444 GIDDINGS ROAD, AUBURN HILLS, MI 48326 Laboratory Director: STEVEN H. MANDELL,MD, CLIA: 23D0664147
    CB QUEST DIAGNOSTICS WOOD DALE, 1355 MITTEL BOULEVARD, WOOD DALE, IL 60191-1024 Laboratory Director: ANTHONY V. THOMAS, MD, CLIA: 14D0417052
    EZ QUEST DIAGNOSTICS/NICHOLS SJC, 33608 ORTEGA HWY, SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, CA 92675-2042 Laboratory Director: JON NAKAMOTO, MD PHD, CLIA: 05D0643352
    SLI QUEST DIAGNOSTICS NICHOLS VALENCIA, 27027 TOURNEY ROAD, VALENCIA, CA 91355-5386 Laboratory Director: MICHAEL C DUGAN,MD,FCAP, CLIA: 05D0550302


    LIST OF RESULTS PRINTED IN THE OUT OF RANGE COLUMN:
    GLOBULIN 1.8 L 1.9-3.7 g/dL (calc) BH
    ALBUMIN/GLOBULIN RATIO 2.6 H 1.0-2.5 (calc) BH
    ALT 48 H 9-46 U/L BH
    TSH 0.02 L 0.40-4.50 mIU/L BH
    T3, FREE 6.5 H 2.3-4.2 pg/mL BH
    PLATELET COUNT 135 L 140-400 Thousand/uL BH
    DHEA SULFATE 395 H 45-345 mcg/dL CB
     
  5. BadassBlues

    BadassBlues Super Moderator Staff Member Super Moderator

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    Free T3 at 6.5? Were you feeling any hyperthyroid symptoms? I had to quit taking armour due to that.

    I assume you tested your T while in the trough?
     
  6. Bulldog

    Bulldog Administrator Staff Member Administrator

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    I was feeling some slight hyper symptoms. I did kind of enjoy never being cold during the winter though.

    Shot day was Sunday and the blood draw was on Friday. My total T levels are usually in the high 700's to low 800's when I have blood drawn on a Friday. So almost 50% higher than on these labs.

    I forgot to highlight my DHEA-S level. I do not take DHEA. I'm assume this level increase is from my increased dose in pregnenolone (MLM) from 50mg to 100mg.

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  7. xks201

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    I do not go near milk thistle. It has multiple anti-androgenic effects.
    http://carcin.oxfordjournals.org/content/22/9/1399.long

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15155549
    "Testosterone metabolism to 6-beta-hydroxytestosterone (P450 3A4) was also inactivated"

    And I am sure there are more studies showing it is anti-androgenic.

    Seeing as how the 5-AR inhibitors were developed from plants and seeing as much damage as they have done to as many people, I do not take studies like this lightly just because it is from a plant.

    By now Cpeil might think I respond to his posts just to piss him off - but I used to use milk thistle a lot when I was more serious into bodybuilding and I subjectively found it reduced my gains while on it.
     
  8. pmgamer18

    pmgamer18 Prince of the Forums

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    I need 32,000 IU's of Vit D to keep my level at 60 I use drops each drop is 2000 IU's and I take 16 drops.

    I don't know how you feel with your TT at that low level of 534 I need to keep my TT between 750 to 900 to feel good but my SHBG is 14.

    For your liver try adding some TMG it's good a your liver, heart and many other things.
     
  9. JanSz

    JanSz Well-Known Member

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    Phil;
    if you read this,
    do not increase your vit D dose.
    Eat lots of broths.
    Make dense broths out of beef bones with lots of marrow, pork bones, chicken feet, and fish bones and heads.
    Add vegetables, salt & pepper to taste.
    Evaporate water so the gel stands when cold.

    .........
     
  10. Bulldog

    Bulldog Administrator Staff Member Administrator

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    Is that how much you take per day?


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  11. Bulldog

    Bulldog Administrator Staff Member Administrator

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    I felt pretty good on the day of the blood draw, which is why I think they botched the test.


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  12. pmgamer18

    pmgamer18 Prince of the Forums

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    Yes I have from time to time a problem with labs coming back wrong and my Dr. will not act on one set of labs if he feels the low levels or high levels need to be addressed he will run the test again. I can't tell you how many times the labs are messed up and Quest Labs will never take the blame for this they blame the people taking the blood in my case it's my Dr.'s office.
     
  13. Bulldog

    Bulldog Administrator Staff Member Administrator

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    Here are my labs from back in November. I switched to twice weekly (Sunday am & Wednesday pm) IM Testosterone Cypionate injections 5 months prior to these labs. The same dose I was on when doing my injections once per week it's just divided in half. Labs were drawn on Tuesday, two days after injection. I'm not sure why they didn't include the ranges for the sex hormones, but they are the normal ranges that Quest Diagnostics uses.

    I have flagged low levels in blue and high levels in red. I was just at the end of a two week illness when these labs were done.

    Quest Diagnostics
    2014-11-18 @ 8:30 am
    45 years old

    GLUCOSE 96 65-99 mg/dL (Fasting reference interval)
    UREA NITROGEN (BUN) 15 7-25 mg/dL
    CREATININE 1.34 0.60-1.35 mg/dL
    eGFR NON-AFR. AMERICAN 64 > OR = 60 mL/min/1.73m2
    eGFR AFRICAN AMERICAN 74 > OR = 60 mL/min/1.73m2
    BUN/CREATININE RATIO NOT APPLICABLE 6-22 (calc)
    SODIUM 139 135-146 mmol/L
    POTASSIUM 4.0 3.5-5.3 mmol/L
    CHLORIDE 103 98-110 mmol/L
    CARBON DIOXIDE 28 19-30 mmol/L
    CALCIUM 9.4 8.6-10.3 mg/dL
    PROTEIN, TOTAL 6.3 6.1-8.1 g/dL
    ALBUMIN 4.6 3.6-5.1 g/dL
    GLOBULIN 1.7 L 1.9-3.7 g/dL (calc)
    ALBUMIN/GLOBULIN RATIO 2.7 H 1.0-2.5 (calc)
    BILIRUBIN, TOTAL 1.4 H 0.2-1.2 mg/dL

    ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE 57 40-115 U/L
    AST 28 10-40 U/L
    ALT 66 H 9-46 U/L
    CBC (INCLUDES DIFF/PLT)
    WHITE BLOOD CELL COUNT 6.8 3.8-10.8 Thousand/uL
    RED BLOOD CELL COUNT 5.20 4.20-5.80 Million/uL
    HEMOGLOBIN 16.5 13.2-17.1 g/dL
    HEMATOCRIT 48.1 38.5-50.0 %
    MCV 92.5 80.0-100.0 fL
    MCH 31.7 27.0-33.0 pg
    MCHC 34.3 32.0-36.0 g/dL
    RDW 13.8 11.0-15.0 %
    PLATELET COUNT 152 140-400 Thousand/uL
    MPV 8.7 7.5-11.5 fL
    ABSOLUTE NEUTROPHILS 4712 1500-7800 cells/uL
    ABSOLUTE LYMPHOCYTES 1584 850-3900 cells/uL
    ABSOLUTE MONOCYTES 367 200-950 cells/uL
    ABSOLUTE EOSINOPHILS 109 15-500 cells/uL
    ABSOLUTE BASOPHILS 27 0-200 cells/uL
    NEUTROPHILS 69.3 %
    LYMPHOCYTES 23.3 %
    MONOCYTES 5.4 %
    EOSINOPHILS 1.6 %
    BASOPHILS 0.4 %
    CORTISOL, TOTAL 16.7 3-22 mcg/dL
    Reference Range: For 8 a.m.(7-9 a.m.) Specimen: 4.0-22.0
    Reference Range: For 4 p.m.(3-5 p.m.) Specimen: 3.0-17.0
    * Please interpret above results accordingly *​
    DHEA SULFATE 293 70-495 mcg/dL
    DHEA-S values fall with advancing age.
    For reference, the reference intervals for 31-40 year old patients are:
    Male: 106-464 mcg/dL
    Female: 23-266 mcg/dL​
    TSH 1.23 0.40-4.50 mIU/L
    T4, FREE 1.1 0.8-1.8 ng/dL
    T3, FREE 4.8 H 2.3-4.2 pg/mL
    TESTOSTERONE, FREE, BIO AND TOTAL, LC/MS/MS
    TESTOSTERONE, TOTAL, LC/MS/MS 996 ng/dL
    TESTOSTERONE, FREE 241.5 H pg/mL
    TESTOSTERONE, BIOAVAILABLE 496.7 ng/dL​
    SEX HORMONE BINDING GLOBULIN 19 10-50 nmol/L
    ALBUMIN,SERUM 4.5 g/dL
    ESTRADIOL, ULTRASENSITIVE LC/MS/MS 46 H pg/mL
    T3 REVERSE, LC/MS/MS 16 ng/dL EZ
     
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  14. Bulldog

    Bulldog Administrator Staff Member Administrator

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    I just had my annual physical and blood work with my primary care provider (PCP) on 2015-03-12. Here are the labs that were done the day before my visit.

    I have flagged low levels in blue and high levels in red. My PCP has scheduled a 6 month follow-up visit and blood work to see what happens with these out of range levels.

    Local hospital
    2015-03-11 @ 7:50 am
    45 Years old

    Bicarbonate Level
    28 mmol/L (Normal)
    Date Mar 11, 2015 07:50 a.m. EDT
    Reference Range22 mmol/L - 32 mmol/L

    GFR African American
    66 mL/min/1.73m2 (Normal)
    Date Mar 11, 2015 07:50 a.m. EDT
    Reference Range> 60 mL/min/1.73m2

    GFR non African American, Calc
    55 mL/min/1.73m2 (Low)

    Date Mar 11, 2015 07:50 a.m. EDT R
    eference Range> 60 mL/min/1.73m2

    WBC
    6.1 K/uL (Normal)
    Date Mar 11, 2015 07:50 a.m. EDT
    Reference Range3.6 K/uL - 10.0 K/uL

    LDL-C (calc)
    25 mg/dL (Normal)
    Date Mar 11, 2015 07:50 a.m. EDT

    HDL Cholesterol
    30 mg/dL (Normal)
    Date Mar 11, 2015 07:50 a.m. EDT

    Non-HDL Cholesterol (calc)
    90 mg/dL (Normal)
    Date Mar 11, 2015 07:50 a.m. EDT

    VLDL-C (calc)
    65 mg/dL (Normal)
    Date Mar 11, 2015 07:50 a.m. EDT

    Triglyceride
    323 mg/dL (High)

    Date Mar 11, 2015 07:50 a.m. EDT
    Reference Range10 mg/dL - 160 mg/dL

    Total Protein
    6.8 g/dL (Normal)
    Date Mar 11, 2015 07:50 a.m. EDT
    Reference Range6.4 g/dL - 8.3 g/dL

    RDW
    13.5 % (Normal)
    Date Mar 11, 2015 07:50 a.m. EDT
    Reference Range11.9 % - 15.2 %

    RBC
    5.46 M/uL (Normal)
    Date Mar 11, 2015 07:50 a.m. EDT R
    eference Range3.96 M/uL - 5.50 M/uL

    PSA, Total
    0.7 ng/mL (Normal)
    Date Mar 11, 2015 07:50 a.m. EDT
    Reference Rangeng/mL - 4.0 ng/mL

    Platelet Count
    142 K/uL (Low)

    Date Mar 11, 2015 07:50 a.m. EDT
    Reference Range150 K/uL - 400 K/uL

    Sodium
    137 mmol/L (Normal)
    Date Mar 11, 2015 07:50 a.m. EDT
    Reference Range136 mmol/L - 144 mmol/L

    CV
    92 fL (Normal)
    Date Mar 11, 2015 07:50 a.m. EDT
    Reference Range80 fL - 100 fL

    MCHC
    35.3 % (Normal)
    Date Mar 11, 2015 07:50 a.m. EDT
    Reference Range32.0 % - 36.0 %

    Potassium
    3.9 mmol/L (Normal)
    Date Mar 11, 2015 07:50 a.m. EDT R
    eference Range3.4 mmol/L - 5.0 mmol/L

    HGB
    17.8 g/dL (High)

    Date Mar 11, 2015 07:50 a.m. EDT
    Reference Range14.0 g/dL - 16.4 g/dL

    HCT
    50.4 % (High)

    Date Mar 11, 2015 07:50 a.m. EDT
    Reference Range42.0 % - 47.2 %

    Glucose Assay
    85 mg/dL (Normal)
    Date Mar 11, 2015 07:50 a.m. EDT
    Reference Range70 mg/dL - 99 mg/dL

    Creatinine, Serum
    1.4 mg/dL (High)

    Date Mar 11, 2015 07:50 a.m. EDT
    Reference Range0.7 mg/dL - 1.3 mg/dL

    Chloride
    99 mmol/L (Normal)
    Date Mar 11, 2015 07:50 a.m. EDT
    Reference Range96 mmol/L - 110 mmol/L

    Cholesterol
    120 mg/dL (Normal)
    Date Mar 11, 2015 07:50 a.m. EDT

    Calcium
    9.7 mg/dL (Normal)
    Date Mar 11, 2015 07:50 a.m. EDT
    Reference Range8.5 mg/dL - 10.1 mg/dL

    BUN
    17 mg/dL (Normal)
    Date Mar 11, 2015 07:50 a.m. EDT Reference Range10 mg/dL - 23 mg/dL

    Bilirubin Total
    1.6 mg/dL (High)

    Date Mar 11, 2015 07:50 a.m. EDT Reference Range0.2 mg/dL - 1.1 mg/dL

    Bilirubin Direct
    0.2 mg/dL (Normal)
    Date Mar 11, 2015 07:50 a.m. EDT Reference Rangemg/dL - 0.5 mg/dL

    AST/SGOT
    32 U/L (Normal)
    Date Mar 11, 2015 07:50 a.m. EDT Reference Range8 U/L - 36 U/L

    ALT/SGPT
    60 U/L (High)

    Date Mar 11, 2015 07:50 a.m. EDT Reference Range7 U/L - 55 U/L

    Alkaline Phos
    64 U/L (Normal)
    Date Mar 11, 2015 07:50 a.m. EDT Reference Range38 U/L - 126 U/L

    Albumin Assay
    5.0 g/dL (Normal)
    Date Mar 11, 2015 07:50 a.m. EDT Reference Range3.5 g/dL - 5.0 g/dL
     
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  15. hebsie

    hebsie Super Moderator Staff Member Super Moderator

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    ...I would add -- Total Cholesterol low at 120, I'd rather it be up at 180-200. HDL at 30 is rather low too, you could stand to triple that number, or at the very least double. And your LDL levels are all calculated, so for me anyways, they're pretty much meaningless values. Trigs are AWFUL at >300.

    Jeez, what the heck are you eating bro, that's a pretty nasty lipid profile?!? :eek: [wideyed] [jawdrop]
     
  16. Bulldog

    Bulldog Administrator Staff Member Administrator

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    I agree with all your observations. With the exception of my Trigs my cholesterol levels are just as they have been for pretty much my entire life. As for diet I will admit that I have been eating a little bit more junk lately but I never would have guessed that my Trigs would go up that high.
     
  17. Bulldog

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    I missed a few of the lab results from my last set of labs. I have added them to the list. They are from BUN down.
     
  18. JanSz

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    I would say that you have a lots of values that are not in comfortable levels.
    Some of them indicate that your fatty acids and phospholipids need attention.
    I suggest that the best way to attack those would be to do this three tests (every 6 months) and then go from there:

    LabCorp:
    Fatty Acid Profile, Comprehensive (C8-C26), Serum

    Spectracell:
    buy directly------->>>
    http://spectracell.mybigcommerce.com/
    Micronutrient Test
    Cardiometabolic Panel

    ------------------

    Watch your kidneys, fatty acids, cholesterol
    Watch your diet, super-emphasize (1)fat, (2)seafood

    /
     
  19. Bulldog

    Bulldog Administrator Staff Member Administrator

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    Due to a couple bouts of gallbladder pain and slightly elevated ALT and Bilirubin my PCP ordered an ultrasound of my liver/gallbladder. He also ordered an ultrasound of my kidneys because of slightly elevated Creatinine. Here are the results.



    My PCP's office called when they received the results and said there were no major concerns and that we would re-evaluate in March when I go in for my annual physical unless I have more gallbladder issues before then. I have not had any issues since the ultrasounds.

    My only real concern on these tests is the mention of fatty infiltration in the liver ultrasound test results.
     

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