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Acute viral hepatitis, done Liver Function Test. Can any online doctor help me to read the results?

I had Jaundice on December 8, 2012. As per doctor it is acute viral hepatitis . I had done Liver Function Test on December 8, 2012, The test result below.. SGOT 1700, SGPT 1902, Total Bilrubin 12, Direct 11.2 and Indirect 0.8. I have been taking Liv 52 tablet since then. Today on 29th March 2013, I had done Liver Function Test, the results are below. SGOT - 34, SGPT - 55, Total Bilirubin 1, Direct 0.6 and Indirect 0.4. Please advise what diet or medicine I should take to SGPT normal level.
Asked On : Mon, 1 Apr 2013
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As per your query,you have recovered from Acute viral hepatitis.
It is a good sign.
Your SGPT is not that high.The normal levels are 5-38.It is near the upper limit.If the value is three fold more than normal,then it can be considered high.
Any how,avoid oily food.
Continue Liv52 tablet.
Nothing to worry.
SGPT will come to normal.
Wish you good health
Answered: Mon, 1 Apr 2013
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