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valleymentality

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Hi after many years of not driving I have re-applied for my drivers liscense. Having lost it for drink driving i have to perform a medical, tests will include the following
GGT (Gamma GT) - Gamma-glutamyl transferase
An enzyme from the liver that can be found in excess in the blood of heavy drinkers. Chronic drinking of 4 or more drinks per day for 4 to 8 weeks significantly raises levels of the blood protein. If a person stops drinking for 4-5 weeks, then the levels of GGT should decrease to normal levels. The test is seen as having low sensitivity and moderate specificity for alcohol use.

MCV (Mean Cell Volume) - Increased red blood cell size
A good indicator of someone having recently ingested alcohol is the "mean corpuscular volume" of the red blood cells. If the person has recently had alcohol to drink, the cells become large, so the MCV is high, usually 100 or more. This happens as a result of several factors: direct effect on the red blood cell membrane, vitamin deficiencies i.e. folate or direct effect on the bone marrow.

ALT - Alanine aminotransferase & AST - Aspartarte aminotransferase
Used to indicate the degree of inflammation to the liver. The aminotransferases are enzymes that are present in the liver cells (hepatocytes). They leak into the blood stream when the liver cells are damaged.

Are any of these factors effected by AAS? Are there any AAS I should avoid in particular. My gut instint is to put the pot of 50mg winstrol tabs away for now:(
 

msforr75

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ALT and AST are for sure. Especially with orals. Don't know about the rest.
 

juicin

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Orals will raise it.

Hell, just 40mg of nolva a day and my values for alt/ast came back over 100
 

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