HELP!! High ALT(SGPT) levels on recent pre cycle test

Discussion in 'Steroid Lab Testing' started by Harry, Aug 22, 2018.

  1. Harry

    Harry Member

    I had bloods pulled yesterday for a baseline before I started a cycle. I’ve never had elevated levels before. Should I hold off on my cycle and consult a doctor? Are my levels “extremely” high or slightly elevated?

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  2. RThoads

    RThoads Member

    slightly elevated -- like barely out of range.
    Can get more out of range than that just from taking a tylenol or having a few drinks the night before.
    Even hard training can elevate it slightly.

    Of course, you always want things to be as good as possible though.
    Add a serving(s) of the following:
    NOW foods NAC 2x ED
    LEF European Milk Thistle 1x ED
    Liv52 2x ED

    That should do it.
    But in the rare event things are more out of range on the next bloodwork -- add TUDCA in addition to the stack above.
  3. Harry

    Harry Member

    Sounds good. My father has hemochromatosis and cirosis of the liver, so I will keep a close eye on it and have bloods pulled around week 6. If they’re still high I will consult with a doctor.
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  4. LA_33

    LA_33 Member

    I agree with @RThoads. I had slightly elevated ALT once. Mine was at 48 off cycle. My Dr. told me he looks for numbers elevated 4 times the upper range before he gets worried. But he also said with family history or a history of elevated levels, it is something to keep an eye on. You can never be too safe when it comes to your organs imo.
  5. Marcus

    Marcus Member

    Agree with above... just slightly out of range. Could be from so many things from OTC meds, alcohol, over training can do it. If it was me, I wouldn’t worry too much.

    Get lab work 4-5 weeks in and make sure hepatic panel is performed, then you can make a decision there
  6. VAGeo87

    VAGeo87 Member

    It is not even near danger zone, a slight elevation with other values in range. Keep an eye when redone in a few months, limit or stop orals for now.