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Have abdomen pain with weakness and anxiety. Got liver test done. Whats wrong with me?

I had abdomen pain ON 05-02-2013 and when i tested LFT my SGOT-76, SGPT-113, GGTP-416 & ALP-265 16-02-2013, GOT ADMITTED IN HOSPITAL AND NOW AFTER THREE WEEKS OF REST AND MEDICATION IT IS NOW SGOT-47, SGPT-52, GGTP-123 AND ALP-135, BILIRUBIN DIRECT-0.21. I STILL FEEL HEAVYNESS IN RIGHT ABDOMEN AREA ( LIVER ) AND WEAKNESS WITH LOTS OF ANXITEY. PLEASE SUGGEST THE REASON FOR INCREASED VALUES OF LFT TEST AND MY PRESENT CONDITION.I AM VERY WORRIED AND STILL ON BED REST. REGARDS
Asked On : Tue, 5 Mar 2013
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Critical Care Specialist 's  Response
Hello ,
welcome to health care magic,
Dear patient, you had slightly derranged liver function function tests earlier which have now improved, so you need not to worry much. Such mild derrangements can be seen in mild hepatitis, early stages of alcoholic liver injury , fatty liver diseae, cirrhosis of liver, metabolic liver diseases like wilson's disease etc..Since your liver functions have improved ,it is a very good sign. Some more tests that you can get done to make it sure that every thing is fine include USG whole abdomen espicially hepatobilliary system, HBs Ag TEST, HCV serology and ECG Your epigastric heavyness can also be due to acid peptic disease, so you consult a gastroenterologist who will reveiw your reports and will advise you accordingly
Hope every thing is going to be fine with you and wish you good luck and speedy recovry
thanks
Dr Arshad
Answered: Tue, 5 Mar 2013
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General & Family Physician Dr. Gustav Gous's  Response
Welcome to HCM.
I am amazed that the doctors treating you did not discuss the possible diagnosis. Not having your full history makes it difficult for me to tell with certainty what the diagnosis is. The most common reasons for raised liver enzyme's is alcohol abuse, Infections, And certain medications. Please make sure that these have been excluded. Avoid smoking and drinking, Follow a healthy diet, And drink two liters of clean water daily. Taking phospholipids and a tonic might be helpful. I trust this information helps you
Answered: Wed, 6 Mar 2013
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