In recent years, there are many indications that liver enzymes levels in the blood and exercise have some kind of association.
For example, taking a blood test close to the time you exercised, could result elevated levels of liver enzymes in the results.
The act of exercising has an affect on the level of liver enzymes, and when taking a blood test timed closely with the exercise, it could result with misleading outcome.
The physician will probably think the blood test results is because of viral infection, which is not true.
However, there is an easy workaround to this situation.
Before taking any blood test, make sure you haven’t exercised beforehand.
It will prevent any unnecessary conclusions regarding your conditions.
It is recommended to wait for about 3 hours after the initial exercise before going through a blood test; this will prevent any mistakes in the blood test related to liver enzymes and exercise.