I recently had blood chemistry done for a life insurance test and my SGOT came in at 88 and my SGPT was at 61. Both were noted "high". Two years ago my levels were at 17 and 15. My Fructosamine was at 1.0 and notes "low".
I recently gave birth on April 26th to a baby girl and I am breastfeeding so I did not fast for the blood test. Could these levels be harmful to me or my baby? What can I do to improve the numbers? Does pregnancy and breast feeding effect the levels since there is such a significant difference from my 2004 test?
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