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Medical checkup for employment, SGPT, SGOT, done ultrasound scan, fatty liver, started dieting and exercise. Medicines?

Hi I have gone thru a medical checkup for my foreign employment. It was found that I have sgpt 176 and sgot 90 in my blood report. As instructed by the doctor, I took a Ultra Sound Scan where it was found fatty liver . I already started dieting and exercises. But I need to pass the medical test in the next couple of days in order to get my job. Pls advise any medicine that is available to reduce my sgpt and ot in the next couple of days.
Asked On : Mon, 28 May 2012
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Hello dear you can try to reduce ur sgot and pt by reducing ur spicy and fatty diet. dont use kind of oil in the prepration of food, use only baked or boiled vegetables. avoid milk and its product. if u want to use milk than use only fat free milk and its product. try to reduce ur weight with exercise or by morning brisk walk. intead of these precautions u can also use liver tonic by consulting ur doctor.
Answered: Tue, 29 May 2012
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