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Had blood test. Bilrubin, SGOT and SGPT levels were high. What does it indicate? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 27-Jun-2013
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Doctor:Good evening
Doctor:Please proceed with your query
User:I am 31 years Male
User:recently i got my lever profile checked
User:and levels for SGPT,Bilrubin total and SGOT were high
User:bilrubin 2.4 mg/dL
User:SGPT 149
User:and SGOT 65
User:can you please let me understand this...and how to proceed
Doctor:I shall help you on this
Doctor:your bilirubin levels is high
Doctor:so is sgpt
Doctor:sgot is normal
Doctor:we need to find the cause for it
User:what does it indicate ?
Doctor:It indicated derangement of liver function
User:is it curable ?
Doctor:possibly due to viral hepatitis
Doctor:you need further investigations for it
Doctor:like Hepatitis screening
User:so any more tests i can undergo for confirmation
Doctor:you could do hepatitis screening with HbsAg
Doctor:Along with anti-hbc
Doctor:is your GGT and ALP levels normal?
Doctor:You probably need to do a scan of the liver as well
User:they have not listed that
Doctor:Do you currently have jaundice?
User:in which profile it should be ?
Doctor:Can you share the report with me?
Doctor:Could you mail me the full report?
User:which doctor should i consult, physician,gaestro...
Doctor:Are you going to mail the report now?
Doctor:You must consult a medical gastroenterologist
User:currently i am not having full report with me
User:i just got it over phone
Doctor:No issues
User:please give me your e-mail id
User:once i will get i will send
Doctor:when you get the report mail it to me at YYYY@YYYY with subject as "attention toXXXXXX
User:ok thanks
Doctor:I shall be able to guide you better then
Doctor:Would you like to come back on chat with the reports?
User:ya , i can understand
User:may be tomorrow
Doctor:We shall continue this discussion
Doctor:Shall we end this chat now?
Doctor:Pleasant evening ahead
Doctor:Bye for now
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