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    Liver problems
    pznabyss posted:
    I'm 18 years old, and after my doctor told me that my liver enzymes were elevated I was sent to a GI doctor.

    Normal AST is 40 and ALT is about 56. My blood test results showed AST levels of about 200, and ALT levels of about 120 I think. This would usually mean hepatitis, but the sonogram showed a normal liver, so it's not inflamed.

    I previously used some supplements while working out, but stopped using them 2 weeks prior to the first blood test. I stopped using them because a week before that I had clay colored stool once.

    If anyone could give me their opinions on what this could be. I just need some educated guesses while I wait until Wednesday to find out my results.
    Caprice_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi Pznabyss,

    I'm sorry no one here had any ideas for you. It's now well past your appointment time... how did that go?
    pznabyss replied to Caprice_WebMD_Staff's response:
    Well, I got my blood work back, everything is back in the normal range. It was most likely the mass gainer I took for 3-5 weeks that overworked my liver, but since I stopped using it, my levels dropped.

    No more supplements for me now, just healthy homemade food.

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