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29 weeks pregnant, itchy bumps, vitamin D 19.10 ng/mL, GGT 27 IU/mL, SGOT 22 IU/mL, SGPT 26 IU/mL

dear DRs I m 29weeks pregnant and have itching bumps allover my body, high around abdomen. This is my first pregnancy and my Dr advised to take GGT, LFT tests and i have got the reports as below... need advice about my results, is there any issue? what should I do to take care of the deviations Serum VITAMIN D( 25Hydroxy)*( ECLIA) 19.10 ng/ml Deficiency : Less than 20 ng/ml Insufficiency : 2029 ng/ml Optimum level : 3080 ng/ml Possible Toxicity:Greater than 150 ng/ml _____________________________________________________________________________ Serum GGT (GCNAIFCC) 27 IU/ml [555] _____________________________________________________________________________ Serum LIVER FUNCTION TEST BILIRUBINTOTAL (mod.J Groff)** 0.2 mg/dl [0.11.2] BILIRUBIN DIRECT (mod.J Groff) 0.1 mg/dl [0.00.4] SGOT/ AST (P5P,IFCC) 22 IU/ml [537] SGPT/ ALT (P5P,IFCC) 26 IU/ml [1050] ALP (pNPP, kinetic)* 158 # IU/ml [0000] TOTAL PROTEIN (mod.Biuret) 6.1 g/dl [6.08.2] SERUM ALBUMIN (BCGdye) 3.1 # g/dl [3.55.2] SERUM GLOBULIN (Calculated) 3.0 g/dl [1.83.4] ALB/GLOB (A/G) Ratio 1.0 # [1.11.8
Asked On : Sun, 6 May 2012
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This is due to your pregnancy. You nay be benefitted by ursodeoxycolic acid, consult your doctor brfore starting it.
Answered: Thu, 5 Dec 2013
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