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Low Sgot (ast) Levels


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#1 Laurelf

 
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Posted 16 December 2009 - 10:46 AM

I just got my complete medical records from my doctor as I am changing primary care drs. In looking through the various labs done throughout the years, several times I had low SGOT (AST) results. Doing a quick google search said it could be from vitamin B deficiency. Also, a year ago, my blood showed a vitamin D deficiency. Could these have been early signs of celiac that went unnoticed?

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#2 Jean'sBrainonGluten

 
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Posted 16 December 2009 - 12:06 PM

It seems plausible but most doctors only look at the immediate symptom and whether it cna be cured by a pill, not what might be causing it (not digesting food right). I still have to take supplement of both so you might look for some good pills. For vitamin D I take the D3 form. Good luck!
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