A 20-year-old male asked:
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went to er my aspartate aminot level was high=389 & alanine=104,my ctscan/w/dye,came back normal,23 yr old male, nausea & ab pain,help docs im scared?

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Dr. Sonia Rente
41 years experience Psychiatry
Relax and watch your: Hi Reggie first take all fears and negative thoughts out of your mind. Then follow your Dr recommendations and think about what you are eating and drinking.It also include any supplement you might be bought at a nutrition store. Anything may have moved your liver enzymes levels . The good new is it will be normal again if you do some rest,avoid extreme efforts and the reason is found and resolve
Answered on Jan 24, 2016

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