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Jaundice, elevated SGOT and SGPT values suggesting liver damage - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   Hi
User :   Hello
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   Dr. XXXXXXXX here
Doctor :   please proceed with your health query
User :   I am suffering from Jaundice
User :   the percentage of SGOT and SGPT is 3984, 4476
User :   which is very high
Doctor :   ok. when was the last liver function tests done?
Doctor :   are you on medications now?
User :   the percentage of Se. Bilirubin Total - 6.44, Direct - 4.13, Indirect - 2.31
Doctor :   what were the other tests done for you?
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   what symptoms are you having at present?
User :   urine - deep yellow
User :   Doctor has suggested me to take rest for 7-8 days
Doctor :   what medications are you taking at present?
User :   has provided me T.Dum dt
User :   T.aciloc
Doctor :   you will need to have adequate rest and keep yourself hydrated well.
User :   For lever, syrup- Tefrolive forte
Doctor :   i would suggest you to take a second opinion from another gastroenterologist for your condition.
User :   So, I want to know if these medicines are sufficient
Doctor :   you can consult with our panel gastroenterologist and discuss about further approach to your treatment
User :   I am worried about the high percentage of sgot and sgpt
Doctor :   you can choose your specialist in this link
Doctor :   WWW.WWWW.WW
Doctor :   yes the SGOT and SGPT are high.
Doctor :   and suggest severe liver damage
Doctor :   was ultrasound scan done for you?
Doctor :   if yes, what did the scan results show?
User :   Can you transfer this chat to your concern Gastroenterologist/14
Doctor :   were Hepatitis B and C screening tests done to rule out infection?
User :   No, ultrasound or any other tests done so far
Doctor :   no, chat cannot be transferred to them, their services are available via phone or e-mail answer
Doctor :   ok.
Doctor :   then in that case I would recommend you to get these above mentioned tests done before you take consultation with them
Doctor :   as it will help in deciding the correct approach to your treatment
User :   so, how can I contact your Gastroenterologist after this
User :   Can it be possible through this chat
Doctor :   once you have all the test results with you
Doctor :   you can visit the link I gave you
Doctor :   and choose your specialist, pay their consultation charges depending on which service you opt for (phone/e-mail)
Doctor :   and write your query and send to us
Doctor :   your reports you can send on YYYY@YYYY
Doctor :   which will be forwarded to the specialist along with your query and detailed history as provided by you.
Doctor :   if you opt for phone answer, the specialist calls you back after getting your query and reports, and you need not spend again on the phone call. you can discuss with him/her about your queries
User :   If there necessary to conduct these tests
Doctor :   for any length of time
Doctor :   yes the tests are necessary to be done, it will help to identify the cause for such extensive liver damage and also the scan will help to see how much the damage is done
Doctor :   it will tell if teh liver damage is mild, moderate or severe
Doctor :   and whether liver can get back to normal appearance.
Doctor :   so get these tests done and get back to us with your reports.
User :   ok
Doctor :   have you followed what I have said?
Doctor :   is there anything else you would like to ask me?
User :   If I chat with you next time then what I need to do
Doctor :   I am sorry, I dint understand your question. Please elaborate.
User :   Because I have puchased package for 1/2 hrs
User :   and time is still left
User :   Are we connected?
User :   Are you there?
Doctor :   you can chat with me anytime until that 1/2 hour is over since the time of your payment
User :   ok
User :   bye
User :   Thanks
Doctor :   thanks for consulting me. bye for now.
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