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Routine test showed high SGPT levels. Suggestions for medicine and diet?

Hi doctor, I go through medical fitness for recruitment , so in that they found my all other test are normal but only my SGPT levet is high , its around 120. So what is the reason behind only elevated SGPT. How can i bring down it to normal level in 3 to 4 days,because i have only this 3 to 4 days with me... please suggest some medicine and diet
Asked On : Tue, 29 Jan 2013
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thank for your query
Liver function tests such as SGPT, SGOT, serum alkaline phosphatase, globulin and albumin are few of the markers of the liver function and its ailments.
SGPT and SGOT are the most important enzymes of the liver parenchymal cells. They are in large numbers in the liver. These enzymes are released in the blood when the liver cells get damaged.
You will have to get further investigation done such as test for hepatitis C, B, and E. Also get a sonography of the abdomen done
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