I recently had a routine blood work done, and my ALT level is 62 and ALS level is 82. All other levels were normal. I am on Lexapro. Are these levels alarming? Do I need a drastic change in my diet?
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Thanks for the quick reply. Can Lexapro cause these levels to be elevated? Are these levels very concerning or very mild?
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