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SGOT/AST Liver Enymes Test

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A past doctor of mine had celiac disease. She said her liver enzymes were elevated before she went on a gluten-free diet, then they lowered in the normal range. Although I have been on a gluten-free diet for a coupel years, my SGOT/AST is still slightly elevated. It was slightly elevated before I went on a gluten-free diet so nothing has changed. Do you know why the SGOT/AST may rise in celiac disease? What does it affect?

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