The doctor said the normal ALT/SGPT range is 30-57. I had an ALT measuring of of 90 in January. In May it was down to 66 after I lost weight. I began weight lifting. I have abstained from alcohol and acetametaphine this whole time. All my other bloodwork is OK. I do take multivitamen supplements and recently had been taking advil for some backpain. Should I be overly concerned. Can I drink alcohol?
Hi, the alcohol may have raised you liver enzymes. Medication can do it as well. If you are concerned about Hepatitis C I would get checked as enzymes can go up and down and are not a really good indication of any damage the virus has done Good luck Dee
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