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    Old 07-04-2018, 11:45 PM   #1
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    Exclamation high ast and alt and normal ggt

    i am a 25 year old male.I drink often but not alot.i am overweight and i started working out 10 days ago.i have always monitored my blood levels.almost a year ago i had done liver function tests and ultrasound and all came back after 10 days of working out i decided to get a blood test.i have alt of 68 and ast of 60.and my ggt is 16 and creatinine is 0.81.The doctor diagnosed me with fatty liver disease and asked me to loose 10 kilos of body weight. Now, i have had false blood results from the same hospital before.And i have read a couple of medical literature saying that athletes and people who have started exercising after leading a sedentary lifestyle have high ast and alt and normal ggt.I want to know if this is the case .Is this exercise induced..what tests can i do to be sure of whats happening and the degree of this issue

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