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Done USG, blood test, liver function test showed abnormal SGOT results, high BP. Treatment?

i have stomach pain from last 8-10 days, i had done USG and blood test . my USG diagonose have no problems. but in blood test liver function test shows S.G.O.T. has value 71.4 IU/L and S.G.P.T. has value 105.5 IU/L, and Amylase is 104.0 IU/L. i have a high blood pressure history and i am continuing my that treatment by having Aten 25mg and Repace H. i dont have any bad habbits of smoking or drinking.
Asked On : Sun, 6 Jan 2013
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Thank you for the query.

Such liver tests and amylase level indicate some irritation caused by fatty foods, spicy foods, alcohol or even medicines. But it does not seem to be the reason of abdominal pain.
If your pain is in the upper middle abdomen, peptic ulcer can be the reason. And it can not be visualized in the ultrasound. Such pain usually appears after some time of the meal. Nausea can be present.
I suggest you to have gastroscopy done as a next step.
If you are over the age of 50, colonoscopy should be also done.

Hope this will help.
Answered: Sun, 29 Sep 2013
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