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High Uric Acid

My endocrinologist did a number of blood tests to find the reason for my osteoporosis. During the tests, I ended up with an elevated uric acid of 6.6 I am a 59 y/o post menopause female. Other abnormalities were very high trigs, high cholestorol, slightly elevated calcium and phosphorus..What can I interpret from the high uric acid count? Does this mean I may have gout or cancer?

I haven't had a gout attack yet. Symptoms sometimes are sudden cold sweat breakouts and fatigue. I also have a recent history of elevated liver enzymes AST and ALT of 50's. Still waiting on followup with the primary care. Any feedback would be appreciated!
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