SGOT elevated

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Had prostate surgery and now my liver enzyme SGOT is elevated. I do alot of running and weightlifting, but I am thinking could there be a relationship between extreme running and weightlifiting and SGOT .

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    AST maybe elevated from diet or alcohol .... nothing to do with exercise... or prostate.
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      Well than something is wrong, because all I do is eat raw celery,tomatoes cucumbers ,onions and garlic, No meat, Little fish no booze, no salt. little bit yogourt.
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    I'm sorry but what's SGOT haha not got a clue,and I don't do running or weightlifting but I wonder about hernias, only because a friend once had a hernia and I remember him saying about blood tests and enzymes but I really can't be sure.

    But maybe a GP and further blood tests would be your best bet to put your mind at rest.

    Sorry I cant be of a lot of help to you but good luck.

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    Hi Mark2392  I just had the same happen to me after surgery on my prostrate.  They went out the roof but I did notice that my liver was awful tender after the surgery for about 4 days which may be an indicator that an infection was there after.  Which is why my Doctor ordered the tests  no infection was found and the mystery is on.
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