Could it be possible that HSV could result in elevated liver enzyme levels??? Or does it cause levels to be elevated?
I just got some blood test results back and it seems I've got elevated liver enzyme levels?
Could anyone with some knowledge of this shed some light for me!
Thanks so much!
yes, I just went back and tested for Hep and diabetes...
I'm hoping neither of these pan out, but I'm just trying to think what else it could be??
Did a LOT of drinking in college, some steroid usage while working out heavily back then, took Accutane while younger as well...all contributing factors to elevated enzymes, but it seams that several years later is odd that these would show up?? (I'm only 25 BTW)
Recently I have been eating horribly and barely working out...as a result of this cholesterol was slightly elevated.(I'm wondering if that could effect levels? i.e. fatty liver)
If you know anything about these things, please advise...
all help appreciated..
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