What is the difference between ALP and alkaline phosphatase levels?
Results in normal range, no worries
An alkaline phosphatase level test (= ALP test) measures the amount of alkaline phosphatase enzyme in your bloodstream.
Abnormal levels of ALP in your blood most often indicate a problem with your liver, gall bladder, or bones. However, they may also indicate malnutrition, kidney tumors, or a serious infection. The normal range of ALP varies from person to person and depends on your age, blood type, gender, and whether or not you are pregnant.
However, your level is within normal range.
The blood test for aspartate aminotransferase (AST) is usually used to detect liver damage.
Your levels are in normal range also.
So there is no reason to worry for you.
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