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Your ALT (alanine transaminase)and AST (aspartate transaminase) values are above the upper limit of normal (ULN). ALT is more specific for liver disease while AST is nonspecific and its elevation suggests other reasons. It can have a muscle origin and it includes skeletal muscles, heart muscles, and blood. It can also produce a small amount of AST. Doing workouts and lifting weights can cause an elevation in AST. The upper limit of ALT is ignorable and does not require further investigation. You can repeat it after two weeks. You need to avoid doing exercise and repeat AST in two weeks. Then we can decide further based on the value. You can ask your physician regarding the problem.
You can also do CPK (creatinine phosphokinase), serum aldolase, and LDH (lactic acid dehydrogenase) to know the cause of this elevation. The former two tests are done to diagnose a muscle disease and the latter one is done to diagnose a blood disease. Please mention whether you have chest pain while doing exercise, any muscle ache, and any recent medication taken including herbal or health supplements.