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Had jaundice. Have high level of SGPT and SGOT. Is hepatitis F without liver transplantation chronic?

doctor i was being affected by jaundice(hepatitis E) before 1 and half years,due to water contamination and never undergone liver transplantation andall,and had alcohol after 6 months...when i went for SGPT and SGOT level went high and Total billirubin too and caused jaundice again...and now it is normal doctor...can i consume alcohol again else after how many days can i have it????kindly dont hepatitis E without liver transplantation chronic????doctor?
Asked On : Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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You Know that if any liver disease alcohol is strictly contraindicated.

then why you want to drink it . you know very well last time you report also up going

so keep away from alcohol

if you live normal life and take proper food then no any problem

It is particularly dangerous for pregnant women not you

one more think hepatitis E vaccine developed by Chinese scientists only and approve by china only.

you can take help of ayurveda also

Dr Vinod
Answered: Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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