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SGPT level 72. Medicine for controlling cholesterol taken. Advise?

my SGPT level is 72 now, from last one year it is between 82 - 128. my height is 181 cm and weight 75 kg, no habit of taking alcohol. I have been taking medicine for controlling cholestoral from last two years, according to my doctor which may be a cause of high SGPT. All other including BP is normal ,would you please suggest me what to do now and how to reduce this SGPT
Asked On : Wed, 1 May 2013
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Sep 2013
Hi, thanks for the query to H.C.M.Forum.
S G O T & S G P T are enzymes related to usually liver function and forms in liver so if there is any malfunction of liver than they are bound to increase.
Since you are taking anti hypertensive medicines from two yrs
In your case I think level of S G O T is non specific because the normal level is 5-50 so need not to worry about that.
Good luck Dr. HET
Answered: Wed, 1 May 2013
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