Hello and welcome to HCM
The normal value for total bilirubin
is less tahn 1 mg/dl and mormal value for SGPT is less than 40 IU/L.
The values that you have mentioned are quite high.
It is important to know the cause of this increase.
The increase occurs in hepatocellular damage but what is causing this damage is important.
There are various causes of this:
1. Viral hepatitis- Associated with fever, malaise
and loss of weight
2. Alcoholic liver disease- History of alcoholic consumption for a long time
3. Chronic liver disease- History of liver disease
4. Non-alcoholic steatohepatitis
(NASH)- Seen in diabetic patients
Since, there is history of diabetes mellitus
from last 10 years there is a possibility of NASH.
It is a condition in which there is fatty change in the liver cells due to accumulation of fat.
It is a reversible condition and when diet is improved and blood sugar levels are under control, the fatty change will reverse.
So, get an ultrasound
abdomen done to get information about the liver.
As the liver improves the bilirubin and SGPT levels will come within normal range.
Thanks and take care