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6/22/10 6:25 P

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Elevated lipase levels can indicate pancreatitis, gall bladder problems, kidney disease, celiac disease, Crohn's disease and other disorders or diseases.

Have you asked a gastroenterologist? Or maybe Googled it? Abnormal blood work can point to more than one thing, and only a doctor can determine what the problem is and if further lab work might be necessary.

None of the members on this team are doctors, and I'm not sure if we could answer this correctly.

Edited by: LUCKY-13 at: 6/22/2010 (18:27)
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can lipase levels go up with gastroparesis

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