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High SGOP, SGPT with fatty liver, breathing problems, do not smoke or drink. What treatment should be taken?

High SGPT , SGOT Hi my SGPT is 190 and SGOT is 87 with some fatty lever. I am 32 years old and having 88kg weight. My height is 5-10, No treatment and medicine are taking by my self. I am not smoker and not a drinker. I got breathing problems if i run only for 1-2 mins. Please advice the following. What treatment I have to Start? Dietary Plan? (What I have to eat or Not) Any exercise?
Asked On : Mon, 24 Sep 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
It is good that you don't smoke and drink,but there are many other causes of fatty liver and liver dysfunction,you seems to be over weight so you should visit a Doctor after that physical examination will decide what investigations are required so as to know the cause of your breathing problem and high liver enzymes level. It would be unethical to demand treatment in such forum.
Along with routine test , Liver function test and pulmonary function test may be X ray chest and a Sonography of abdomen will give answer.
Healthy diet and exercise is always good for health.
After evaluation of results proper treatment can be formulated and you will be alright
Take care of your health
Good Luck
Answered: Mon, 24 Sep 2012
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