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Have hair loss, oily skin, body sweating, increased SGPT, SGOT, high CPK enzyme, increased LDH. What can be done?

i have very very high all over body sweating. highly oily skin\rapid hair-loss-baldness\grade-3-fatty liver\increased SGPT and
SGOT \very high amount (966) blood cpk enzyme level.malaise\hungry\thirsty\greasy hair\ in fecal undigested food\facial paresthesia\increased LDH-------but thyroid enzyme levels are normal in range
Asked On : Tue, 16 Apr 2013
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From your exams it appears you have a liver problem. Further investigation such as Hep C, or B, abdominal ultrasound will have to be done to determine the cause on which treatment will be based. Generally, you will feel much better with the treatment. To improve you condition you will also have to avoid drugs/food that adverse effect on the liver: alcohol, fat, certain dugs. Generally, only take drugs prescribe by you doctor. You condition will improve following medication.
Hope this helps.
Dr Rogers
Answered: Wed, 26 Jun 2013
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