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What causes rise in alt and ast levels

Premium Questions

Dr.   Anshul Varshney MD

a slight high AST (40 U/L). I believe the reason for the slightly high AST is because of the pain ... a week, as of late. By the way, my ALT is at 63 U/L. Further, the doctor never made mention ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Anshul Varshney ( Internal Medicine Specialist)
Dr.  Ratnakar Kini MD

My LFT is showing abnormal result, Am I in a danger situation ? can I reverse it back to normal ? View answer

Answered by : Dr. Ratnakar Kini ( Gastroenterologist)
Dr. Ronald Schubert MD

activities such as biking and gym work. My recent blood work all came back normal except for a rise in my AST and ASL Levels. they are respectively 43 and 42. Previous blood work showed them to be 19... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Ronald Schubert ( General & Family Physician)
Dr. Albana Sejdini MD

. My primary doctor took blood tests and had a cat scan and showed fluid in my abdomen. My ast was 60 and alt was 44. After seeing my primary doctor I remembered what my heart doctor said and started... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Albana Sejdini ( General & Family Physician)
Dr. Vivek Chail MD

are high and some are normal My alt is 176, my ast is 156, my GGT is 68, my alp is 105, my alb is 4.4 my bilt is 0.4 my glob is 2.2 my tp is 6.6 and my XXXXXXX is 51. How serious is it that my ALT and... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Vivek Chail ( Radiologist)

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Dr. Hardik Sanghvi MD

A year ago, my AST level was 12 and ALT level was 9. After being on the HCG diet for 2 weeks I had a wellness check. This wellness check was 2 months ago, and my AST level was 37... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Hardik Sanghvi ( Hematologist)
Dr.   Ivan R. Rommstein MD

are normal. Only AST n ALT are high...but these readings are high likely due to -Weight-training causes ALT n ......this has been proven to increase both AST and ALT. Both of... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Ivan R. Rommstein ( General Surgeon)
Dr. Indu Kumar MD

before bedtime). I had my annual physical last Wednesday and received the lab work results today. My AST and ALT are both elevated (59.0 and 119.8 respectively) Should I be concerned or could this be due to... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Indu Kumar ( Radiologist)
Dr. Tayyab Malik MD

I am a 25 y/o male with recent blood results showing: AST/SGOT of 82H and ALT/SGPT 139H, Albumin at 5.1H, Segs at 11.0L, Lymphs at 70.0H, and Reactive Lymphs at 6H. Everything else was within normal ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Tayyab Malik ( Gastroenterologist)
Dr.   Parth Goswami MD

Hi, during the past year, I have had my blood tested three times and my AST has gone from 41 to 53 to 52 and my ALT has gone from 63 to 62 to 74. I am 40 yrs old. Rarely drink and am about 15-20 lbs ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Parth Goswami ( Pathologist and Microbiologist)

Mobile Questions and Answers

Dr.    Prof. Kunal Saha MD

Your AST and ALT levels are not a cause to worry about. Stay relaxed. Its fine.

Dr. Priya S K MD

Thanks for coming to Health Care Magic. Nausea in pregnancy starts as the fertilized egg gets attached to the uterine wall and pregnancy hormones are produced, mainly HCG hormone and rising levels of estrogen...

Dr.    Prof. Kunal Saha MD

The alcoholism is the cause. Stop alcohol intake before it is too late.