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How long does Godex DS take to reduce SGPT and SGOT levels?

Hi my SGPT IS 187 and my SGIT is 87 w/c according to my doctor is above normal. He prescribe me a medicine to lower my SGPT & SGOT the medicine he prescribe is GODEX DS. How long should i take this medicine to normalize my sgpt & sgot? what are the type of foods that i should eat and avoid?
Asked On : Thu, 13 Mar 2014
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Hi.
Thanks for posting query at HCM.

Usually ALT or AST values higher than "two times the upper normal limit", is considered abnormal ( in some countries, ALT or AST values of more than 100 are considered abnormal).

Value of AST or ALT greater than 85 or above maybe investigated further.
Alcohol ingestion and obesity are common causes of fatty liver disease.
Furthermore, viral causes HepB and C should be ruled out.

You may take GODEX for 2 months and then visit treating physician.
advice :
- abstinence from "Alcohol"
- LOW fat diet should be followed, AVOID junk food and beverages
- decreased oil consumption (oily food)
- NO red meat
- green vegetables should be ingested daily
- use lemon juice (lemonade) once in a day
- reduce weight if overweight/obese
-"recheck liver enzymes after 6 to 8 weeks" and/or ultrasound.

any further questions are welcomed.

hope to answer your concern.

wish you good health.

regards,
Dr Tayyab Malik
Answered: Mon, 20 Mar 2017
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