It may be indicative of a muscle problem or of a liver problem. I would suggest that you get a full metabolic panel workup and depending on these results you may need to see a genetic specialist or to have further imaging studies of your liver ( ultrasound) or muscle biopsies.
Very elevated levels of CPK can cause renal dysfunction and so the cause of the problem needs to be understood and treated fairly quickly. There are numerous genetic disorders, some of which are treatable which can cause this level of elevation.
malariya fever then coming then this
first cpk total value 4000 year 2002
six months after cpk total is 2500 year 2002
one year after cpk total is 400 year 2005
after 5year at present cpk total is 1050 year 2009
what i can do? how it is change? any solution ?