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Elevated levels of liver enzymes, cholesterol. On medicines. Diagnosed as G1 fatty liver. Meaning?

Dear doctor, I have a raised readings of SGOT 50 UL and SGPT 104 UL. This has been around the same levels in last year about same time and had taken medicines like Razo, Ursocol and it had become to SGOT 35 SGPT 42 levels. My cholesterol levels are 266 with a triglycerides At 256 also. Doctor has said I have a g1 fatty lever and has given me medicines such as laciloc Ursocol oruas ft ohenz.. Am I on the right medication? What does g1 fatty lever means? I am an occasional drinker. Does this have any impact on the same.
Asked On : Sun, 24 Mar 2013
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Fatty liver is a reversible condition where vacuoles of triglycerides get accumulated into the liver cell.
Excessive alcohol intake and metabolic syndrome (obesity,dyslipidemia,hypertension,diabetes) are two most common causes of fatty liver.
Both these factors,dyslipidemia and alcohol are present in you.
Hence this could be the cause for your fatty liver and deranged liver function i.e. SGOT AND SGPT.
Grade 1 fatty liver is not harful at this stage but it may progress to steatohepatitis and cirrhosis.
I would like to suggest to get physician opinion for treatment of dyslipidemia and avoid alcohol as for as possible.
Other causes of fatty liver that should be considered are:
1.drugs and toxins.
2.malnutrition or rapid weight loss
3.inflammatory bowel disease
5.gastric bypass surgery
Hope this will help you.
Wish you good health.
Answered: Mon, 25 Mar 2013
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