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My liver enzymes were 65 is that considered high?

my liver enzymes were 65 is that considered high my doctor told me they were elevated and should i be worried about it being that i am a 20 year old man and i was told that my liver enzymes were 65 and this worried me because my doctor said they were elevated ive always been a healthy person and i ate on the day of my blood test if that has anything to do with it i dont know but i would like to get some input on this .
Asked On : Mon, 24 Aug 2009
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best to go for repeat testing. How are your other liver test results like bilirubin? If only liver enzymes are high it may be non specific. 65 is very mild elevation anyway.
Answered: Mon, 24 Aug 2009
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see these enzymes r just 1 1/2 times raised ....not too worrying esp if your appetite is good and ur bowel is functioning well........these sometimes rise in slight viral illnesses or at times by medicines .... just take boil food & qbserve ur appetite ,,if itis fine .....then dont worry
Answered: Mon, 13 Jun 2011
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