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High sgpt/sgot. Why it is not reducing?

Hello doctor My husband is having high sgpt/sgot since 1 year. He get it checked 2 days back and again he got sgpt-120 and sgot -75. He is non-drinker, non-smoker and having lot fat vegetarian diet. He also does not like junk food much. His height is 5â??8â??â?? and weight is 80 kg. he drinks lots of water. Rite now, he is taking sysfol and sylbostin as a medicine along with homeopathic medicine. Could you please tell me what is the reason for this increase. What kind of diet he can take. And why it is not reducing?
Asked On : Thu, 29 Apr 2010
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  User's Response

Hello Dear, I been with the same problem and searched here on the net and this is what I found out to one of the concerned fellow that posted his owned experienced with the same problem. He advices to eliminate fast foods meal, meats, oily or fatty foods and take MIlk Thistle supplements and drink a lot of pomegranate juice and gray fruits and jog or run for 1 1/2 hours everyday. I just started following his adviced I hope this will help or solved your problem.

Answered: Sun, 2 May 2010
  User's Response

hello dear ...thanx for your advice....i hope this will help .... could you please tell me what is mother thisle supplements and where i could get this..

Answered: Tue, 4 May 2010
  User's Response


U can buy it from any supplements store or outlet. Or to any herbal supplements outlet. I managed to burned 62 u/l in one week by simply following the advice. I hope it works with your hubby too.

Answered: Sun, 16 May 2010
  User's Response
I had the same problem. High SGPT(160) and SGOT(98). Physical exercise and turmeric (used to have in every morning in empty stomach) helped me to reduce it to normal level.
Answered: Mon, 21 Feb 2011
Gastroenterologist Dr. Gourdas Choudhuri's  Response

Increased levels of SGOT and SGPT indicate that there is damage going on in the liver. The common causes, in people who do not take alcohol, are Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease, or Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C infections. The latter 2 should be tested for to ensure that they are negative.

If infections are excluded,Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) remains as the commonest cause. It is often associated with overweight and check whether he is exercising enough. An ultrasound examination often helps to detect excess fat in the liver. take care. GC
Answered: Thu, 3 Nov 2011
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