Hey guys, had a blood test done a week ago because my dad had a stroke and I wanted to know where I stood health-wise. I eat a high fat, high protein, low carb diet and am cutting.
Anyways, I got a call that everything came back fine but that my liver enzyme value was a little high. I don't know the value just yet, they are sending me the test and I guess it could be nothing. But I would like to know if anything I'm taking could elevate it. I'm on T3-70mcg and Clen at 120mcg at the moment. I wasn't aware these were liver harsh at all?
I rarely drink anymore. Ran two cycles of Mdrol, may have drank one night on my last mdrol pct. Felt really bad about it and I know I shouldn't have but that was back in May. Just seems odd for them to be high at all. Again, I don't know exact values yet, may be no big deal but wanted to ask anyway. Especially since I plan to run a cycle mid January. They wanted me back in a couple months but hell I'll be on cycle lol
Appreciate any help!
14-15% bf and dropping
5+ years experience
Yea, sorry about that guys, like I said I don't have the test in my hands yet. Hopefully I will get it soon. Got it done right before I left school so they have to mail it to me. Get them cheap at college health center, like 5 bucks.
Umm I had it done at 8:30 in the morning last wednesday. I hadn't eaten since 8:30 the night before and was out of the gym by 7:30 that night I believe. Would have worked back that night I believe if that matters. Heavy deadlifts and rows.
My understanding, just from poking around on the web when I had a similar situation, is that doctors don't take it to seriously until the value reaches three times the upper range. Even then they'd want to see it elevated for more that one test.
I found a study back then that said that heavy weight lifting workouts can cause elevated liver enzymes for up to two weeks. I'm pretty sure that's what caused mine as I'd busted my hump doing squats the day before. The muscle trama leaks the very same enzymes directly into the blood stream that would normally be filtered by the liver. In this case, the presense of elevateted enzymes is not a problem, and mine were normal just a few weeks later.
Ok, good. Thank you for the response. They wanted to take another blood test in a couple months but ill be on cycle then so I don't think that's a good idea lol. Glad to hear it though. Hell that number isn't even out of range by other standards I've found.