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I am a 30 yr. old male. Went for a routine physical and some blood results came back abnormal. Here are the abnormal results:

BUN - 8
SGOT - 42
SGPT - 90
Alkaline Phosphatase - 106
Globulin - 3.9
A/G Ratio - 1.1

I had a Biochem profile, a CBC and Differential test ran.

These were the abnormal results. What does/can it mean??? I received a letter in the mail requesting I give more blood and further testing to come. I have NEVER used drugs or shared blood products with anyone. What does all this mean.

Urine came back fine, no protein, no bilirubin, ketones, glucose, nitrite, leukocyte esterase ect.
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