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High SGPT and SGOT levels in the liver function tests. Stomach discomfort and breathing difficulty. Cause?

Hello Doctor, Im 30 years Liver function test shows SGOT and SGPT high as 110. bilirubin is in control.from USS report i got to know i have early fatty liver. My LDL also much higher as 176.HDL somewhere around 60. I feel stomach discomfort and feel difficult to breathe some times. What is the cause? is it serious or can be cured my DIet only?
Asked On : Sat, 2 Mar 2013
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Fatty liver is a reversible disease where triglycerides get deposited in liver cells.
The most common causes for fatty liver are Alcohol,obesity,diabetes,high cholesterol and triglycerides etc.
There is nothing to worry regarding this as simple lifestyle changes can make you allright.
What to do...
Quit alcohol ,if taking.
Reduce calorie intake and reduce your weight.
Avoid junk foods like pizzas,burgers etc.
Avoid sugary drinks and colas.
Avoid sweets and de fried foods.
Daily aerobic exercises for 40 minutes.
Take a super B complex VIT with 1000 mg VIT C daily.
You should be all right in next 4 to 6 months time.
I hope it helps
Answered: Sun, 3 Mar 2013
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