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First of all, usually mildly elevated liver enzymes
do not hint towards any serious or long term liver problem. There are multiple reasons for these elevations-
Few conditions which mild elevation in liver enzymes include Cytomegalovirus
(CMV) infection, Infectious mononucleosis
which are viral infections, being overweight, taking OTC drugs like Paracetamol, few other pain killers etc.
We need to exclude some other possibilities for elevation of AST, ALT(liver enzymes) like Alcoholic hepatitis and due to excess fats such as- Cholelithiasis (Gall bladder stones), Cholecystitis (inflammation of gall bladder), autoimmune hepatitis
, Hypothyroidism etc. Usually, there would be 10 - 100 times than that of normal, SGOT and SGPT elevation in case of acute hepatitis
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