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SGPT high, don't drink or smoke, on healthy food. How to reduce this ?

Hello, I'm 31 years old, i did 3 times SGPT test, the first time it was 88 , second 99 and 3rd time 126.
In my test only the SGPT is high and all the other result are very gd, i drink slchool once or twice per month, but always before 15 days i dont drink alchool, i drink a lot of water, but i was so stresses at work for a while. I dont take any type of medicines, i dont smoke . most of my food are healthy, Can u plz advise what to do to reduce the SGPT level to the normal? And what i need to eat, what type of vegetables is advisable to eat and now im doing sports exercises each day, i have hg 1.71 mtr , wt 77, thank you
Asked On : Tue, 8 Oct 2013
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Sep 2013
Hello,
Thanks for the query to H.C.M. Forum.
SGPT or alanine aminotranferase ( A L T ) is primarily found in liver .
The normal value of A L T is 5-50 I U . In your case as this level is progressively increasing.
Your food is healthy and you are doing regular exercise that's a good thing.
In my opinion get in ultrasound of liver with M R I so that exact reason of elevation of A L T ( SGPT ) can be find out . Consult a gastroenterologist and get his opinion as diet alone will not be albe to cure this level.
Good luck. Dr. HET
Answered: Tue, 8 Oct 2013
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