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Pregnant, jaundice and SGPT levels high, stone in gallbladder. How can SGPT be controlled?

i am 7th months pregnant, my wat:-60 kg, ht:- 5 4 i have problem of jaundices my sgpt level was380 in 5th month and now in 7th month sgpt is 130 and also stone in my gallbladder now my question is how - 1. i can control my sgpt before delivery and what i eat for that so that it will come at normal level (sgpt) 2. if it will not be under control than what types of problems will be appear after delivery to me and to my baby. please advice me quickly please..
Asked On : Thu, 5 Jul 2012
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Gastroenterologist 's  Response
Congratulations on being pregnant and expecting your baby.
I wish you the very best. It appears like you have had stones
in your gallbladder for some time now. If you have had several
attacks of inflammation of the gallbladder and with the development
of stones, you will definitely need to have the gallbladder removed
surgically.. There is a distinct possibility that you may have a flare
up after you deliver the baby. Surgery can be done safely through
laparoscopic approach which does not involve long hospital stay.
Good luck.
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