Hello and thanks for trusting me to help you. I am a board certified consultant with over 30 years of experience.
I understand your concern.
AST is liver enzyme and normal range is 10 to 40 units per liter.
As your AST is 46 so it's very slightly raised and if all other parameters are within normal range then such elevation is of no clinical significance by itself.
Such elevation can be associated with alcohol intake,medication induced.
Your cholesterol level is also slightly high(normal range is up to 200 mg/dl).
Avoid fat rich diet,alcohol and take Omega3 fatty acid,fish oil.
Your MCH and MCV are also slightly high.
MCH and MCV are parts of the complete blood count used along with MCHC to determine types of anemias.
MCH is the mass of hemoglobin per red blood cell and MCV reflects the size of each blood cell. In your case, this may indicate a mild deficiency anemia (iron, B6, or copper). It really has no special meaning in connection with liver enzymes.
There is no particular harm or danger in having a high MCV or MCH if your RBC count and Hemoglobin are within normal range. These calculated values are related to the average size of the red blood cells. They can be influenced by a number of serious medical conditions including B12 and/or folate deficiency and alcohol use.
Assuming that you have had these levels checked, there really is no reason to be alarmed by these values, particularly if this has been a long-term finding and your doctor has not otherwise found some underlying serious medical condition.
So you shouldn't worry seriously.
And see your doctor for a clinical correlation.
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