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Suffering from jaundice. Elevated SGPT, SGOT and bilirubin levels. How to bring them down?

hi, i am suffering from jaundice from last couple of months my current sgpt is 850 and sgot is 560 with billirubin 8.8. however my sgpt and sgot were around 3500 & 3000 respectively on initial stage, the levels however declined to approx 500 both and again took a u turn and were gone upto 1500 & 1300. the levels are taking lot of time to normalized despite of me taking proper care in food & stress levels. please suggest. Thanks, S.J
Asked On : Tue, 25 Sep 2012
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Have you seen a doctor at all? those laboratory values are extremely abnormal and they could be high from many reasons, including pancreatic cancer, hepatitis viruses, cirrhosis, medication injury to the liver, etc.
Proper food intake and stress levels are not going to take care of whatever is going on in your liver. Don't drink any alcohol and visit your primary care physician or emergency department as soon as possible.
If you have known liver issues from the past, then these elevated liver enzymes reflect that your liver is starting to fail, and you might need a liver transplant evaluation.
Answered: Wed, 26 Sep 2012
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