Hello, my name is Lee. I have been seeing my personal care physician for almost 2 years about this to no avail. I have a LOT of muscle fatigue and RUQ pain. I have elevated CPK 700-800, AST 70-80, ALT 100-110. My medical history includes hypertension, fatty liver, GERD and hyperlipidemia with tri-glycerides ranging from 350-400 but with a total cholesterol count of 150-160. Also my HDL is always below 20. I am overweight but I have been doing better losing almost 40lbs over the last six months. No matter what I do or how I eat my tri-glycerides are always high. My doctor referred me to a specialist to rule out arthritis. I am 34 and I am trying my very best to get myself in better health. Is there anything that my doctor is missing or something else I could do better.
Any responses would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you so very.
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