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... Is 297 an abnormally high CPK test for muscle enzymes in regards to lipitor? ... (4 replies)
... an enzyme found predominantly in the heart, brain, and skeletal muscle. When the total CPK level is substantially elevated, it usually indicates injury or stress to one or more of these areas. ... (3 replies)
... I had a blood test to check liver enzymes and CPK levels. My doc said that if the Lipitor was causing the problem, my CPK levels would be elevated due to inflammation of the muscle. I wasn't aware, and my doctor couldn't tell me if other medications could affect the test results. ... (27 replies)

... They are quite different tests. The CPK test measures levels of an enzyme found in muscle, creatine phosphokinase. And a high level of it suggests that muscle has been damaged. ... (24 replies)
Coenzyme Q-10?
Jan 26, 2006
... The creatine kinase test measures the blood levels of certain muscle and brain enzyme proteins. ... (7 replies)
... I noticed that one of your responders stated his liver tests came back OK, so everything is hunky dorey..... well that's OK for the liver, but the CPK test can reveal elevated levels of the enzyme "Creatine Phosphokinase"..... this is the culpret for aching muscles . ... (25 replies)
CoQ10
Mar 6, 2004
... exacerbates muscle and joint pains. ... (11 replies)
... Don't worry so much- let your doctors do that for you (like THAT ever works :rolleyes: ). I'm confused- Why does the doctor want you to see a gall bladder surgeon if "all the gall bladder tests came out ok." If you walk into the office of most gall bladder surgeons, you'll walk out without a gall bladder...that's how they make a living. Did the GB tests include an x-ray with... (7 replies)
New to Crestor
Dec 6, 2003
... and keep an eye for severe muscle and joint pain. ... (3 replies)




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