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My ALT being 78. cholesterol is 213, glucose 107. Is that nornal range ?

I am a 36 year old male, just had my first health screening, I m a little concerned about my ALT being 78. cholesterol is 213, glucose 107, and BMI 30.4. does this sound like fatty liver or something worse?? to follow up on this, the ALT test was repeated and came back at 68 (alt) two months later. Is that nornal range ?
Asked On : Wed, 25 May 2011
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well seems to me as fatty liver and at present into the state of fatty hepatitis. i would ask you to consult a good gastroenterologist and do consider an evaluation bout your fatty liver. are you an alcoholic?. if not, we might need to evaluate you for NASH also. i guess you need to start with atrovastin and urodeoxycholic acid meanwhile. but the best would be getting an immediate response from a gastroenterologist.
Answered: Thu, 26 May 2011
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