Liver Enzymes

Discussion in 'Health Nutrition and Supplements' started by CrazyCanuck, Jun 22, 2001.

  1. CrazyCanuck

    CrazyCanuck New Member

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    Recently I had a blood test that showed elevated liver enzymes and CPK. Does anyone know if this can be caused by an intense training schedule?
     
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    Id ask the person who gave you the test that it does not sound good. ask a doctor
     
  3. Vo2

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    I'm no doctor, but I would say no. Are you taking any prescription drugs, if I may ask? Some of these are capable of causing elevate liver enzymes. Alchohol too!
    I go with Nicholas. Get it checked out by a good physician asap. You may have some liver infection that you are unaware of.

    Good luck and take care...
     
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    I have been fighting high ck levels in my liver blood work for 7 months. I had been going through therapy with electric stimulation. I read where this could cause thie ck level to rise. Is this true. My doctor is not sure.
     
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    :p
     
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    davecow New Member

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    I had a similar situation 2 years ago where a test following a perioud of strenuous exercise exhibited elevated liver enzymes. Subsequent re-tests showed no problems whatsoever. Definitely see your doctor and get the follow up done.
     
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