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Hello. Do you have a history of gout? Are you overweight?
These results are pretty good overall. Your uric acid level is a little high and we see this with gout. If you have never had a gout attack, this might put you at increased risk, particularly if you get dehydrated. So drink lots of fluids during the day. The liver enzymes are also a little high but not to a dangerous level. They can rise a bit from alcohol use, certain medications, including tylenol or from what we call "fatty liver" which is common in those who are overweight or have diabetes.
No, these levels would not normally be considered worrisome if you are otherwise healthy. They should probably be repeated in a few weeks just to be sure they are not rising.
It's possible these results are related, although I doubt it. You should have them check you for hepatitis as it can lead to joint pain. Also, have them check a CRP (C-reactive protein) as it is a good marker for inflammation in the blood, including active gout. This would need to be treated with an anti-inflammatory such as naproxyn sodium, ibuprofen or indomethacin.
That's a good medication and should help. I would not worry at all. Just get the test repeated in 3-4 weeks just to make sure they have returned to normal.
Statistically, that is likely due to fatty liver. Have your lipids checked (cholesterol, LDL, HDL) and have them rule out hepatitis B and C. A CRP would be helpful as well.
The high triglycerides were likely responsible for the slight elevation in the liver enzymes (fatty liver).
This is nothing to worry about. Get on a low fat diet and lose 10# and this will probably correct.
You're welcome. Hope all works out for the best.