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Mild pain in belly button. Blood test revealed having high sgot and sgpt, bilirubin level normal. Digestion not complete, have gas troubles. Cause of pain, beginning of appendicitis?

Hey, i am having mild pain just left to the Belly button. And the blood test revealed that i have high sgot sgpt 175 85 respectively and the bilirubin level is normal. The digestion is not complete and i have gas troubles too. The urine test showed nothing abnormal. I drunk 3 pegs 5 days before and the stomach pain started the day after. What could be the cause of the pain?? Does that mark the beginning of appendicitis?? The pain often comes to the back side and a pulsating mild pain in the lower right abdomen!
Asked On : Tue, 19 Jun 2012
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hello dear
since your SGPT and SGOT are raised its suggest liver injury. it is because of alcohol intake. at this stage this liver injury is REVERSIBLE , hence you need to stop alcohol intake. mean while get HBsAg test to rule out viral hepatitis. USG abdomen to rule out liver enlargement and also appendicitis. hope this answer is helpful to you.
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Answered: Wed, 20 Jun 2012
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