ASt levels where 40 and ALT was 53 which is in the standard mean.I do take Tylenol Pm 2 per night and I was thinking that might cause the problem . I' am taking Liptor which I know cause a problem with drinking but as stated I am not drinking.
Yes all three of those things can cause elevations. Try cutting back or eliminating the Tylenol pm and the alcohol (those two together can be pretty harsh). I would ask your doc to do a follow up LFT in 1- 3 months. You are just slightly over normal so I wouldn't be incredibly alarmed by this at this point.
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