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GPT(ALT), uric acid high. Reason for increasing level? How to control it?

hello; on 15-sep-2012 (4 months ago) myu GPT (ALT) of LFT Report was 69 while maximum normal range is upto 40. on 15-Jan-2013 the GPT (ALT) is 86 which twice the normal range. my Uric Acid as 6.2 in Sep-2012 which is 7 in Jan-2013. please help me to understand what does it mean ? do I need some more tastes ? please recommend any fruits / vegetables to control it. what cause it to increase & how can it be back to normal ? what does it indicate in a body ? what are the causes of High Uric Acid and GPT (ALT) ? I strongly believe that it also affectmy sexual health , as I have lost errection !
Asked On : Wed, 16 Jan 2013
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There are some minor conditions which can also cause mild elevation in AST, ALT (liver enzymes) which include-

Cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection
Infectious mononucleosis , kind of viral infection,
being overweight,
taking OTC drugs like Paracetamol etc.

However, we need to exclude some other possibilities for elevation of these liver enzymes like Alcoholic hepatitis and due to excess fats such as- Cholelithiasis (Gall bladder stones), Cholecystitis (inflammation of gall bladder), autoimmune hepatitis, Hypothyroidism etc.

Generally, there would be 10 - 100 times than that of normal, AST, ALT elevation in case of acute hepatitis and
We need to get the proper cause to suggest you fruits / vegetables/medicines to control it, for Physical examination is mandatory. Let me know if you have have any clarifications, you can close the discussion and rate the answer.

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Answered: Thu, 17 Oct 2013
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