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Thread: Elevated ALT and AST due to bad gear?

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    Elevated ALT and AST due to bad gear?

    I just got my blood results back from my doctor. Bloodwork was done during my cruise at 240 mg of Test E. per week. My test is only at about 700 ng/dL, so it seems pretty clear that it's underdosed (it's from an underground source but still...). What stood out to me is that my AST and especially my ALT are elevated compared to previous blood tests. Could this elevation be caused by my (presumably) bad source? I'm switching to a new source for sure and will retest in the near future, but I would very much like to get some input on this.

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    How many weeks had you been on 240mg/wk before you drew blood?
    Test E takes approx 7 weeks to come up to full concentration in your blood

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    I had been on a cruising dosage for 5 weeks by then. Any thoughts on the elevated AST and ALT? Actually that really is my main concern at the moment.

    Edit: btw I got blood drawn 7 days after pinning (bloodwork in the morning, pinned again that evening) so test levels were at an all week low by then ofcourse. Still I think my test level should be higher at this dosage.
    Last edited by CH015; 02-17-2017 at 11:20 AM.

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    Your liver values can go up because of a lot of things. How elevated were they? Do you drink at all? Are you on any type of medication?

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    I never ever drink and apart from Aromasin 25 mg twice a week I don't use any medication. AST was 40 U/L (upper limit is 37), ALT 69 U/L (upper limit 41). Meant to mention these values before but forgot, sorry about that.

    EDIT: ALT could be elevated due to streneous exercise too. However, I had bloodwork done before I went on, and both AST and ALT were in the normal range back then (as was BUN, which is also slightly elvated now), so I hardly think that's a major factor now.
    Last edited by CH015; 02-17-2017 at 11:56 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CH015 View Post
    I never ever drink and apart from Aromasin 25 mg twice a week I don't use any medication. AST was 40 U/L (upper limit is 37), ALT 69 U/L (upper limit 41). Meant to mention these values before but forgot, sorry about that.

    EDIT: ALT could be elevated due to streneous exercise too. However, I had bloodwork done before I went on, and both AST and ALT were in the normal range back then (as was BUN, which is also slightly elvated now), so I hardly think that's a major factor now.
    What's up bro those liver values are not that high buddy no concern. Exercise raises liver values. Did you take Tylenol? Any otc supps. Aromasin raises mine also but no concerns bro. Take some liver protection supp. I take cycle assist on the regular when I blast or cruise.


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    I do take Liver Tone (by Swanson health) which contains Milk thistle and some other herbs. I'll increase the dosage I'm taking of this a bit for now, I'm still looking for a more 'complete' organ support supplement though. Yes I do take Tylenol occassionally, but I also did that when my values were in range so that shouldn't be the issue.

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    Protien turnover from intense weight training can raise liver enzymes with adding hepatoxic substances

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    OP, those liver values would cause very little concern if it were me. They are not bad at all. I would start taking some Tudca and see if that helps.

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    Thanks a lot to all of you for your comments, I'll keep an eye on things in the future and will see how it goes.

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