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What are the side effects of consuming Livolin Forte in the short and long term ?

I am 53 yrs male non-alcoholic. recently my blood chemistry (liver function test) revealed that my SGOT/AST & SGPT/ALT readings of 132v & 232v respectively. My doctor explained that I am having fatty liver . He then prescibed me to take Livolin Forte capsules twice (morning & at night) daily. Can doctor explain to me more about the readings of my liver function test (SGOT/AST & SGPT/ALT) whether very alarming or not? What are the side effects of consuming Livolin Forte in the short & long term? Thank you. Hamzah Nassir.
Asked On : Mon, 16 May 2011
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surly you go for it
Answered: Mon, 16 May 2011
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General & Family Physician Dr. Syed Anwar Nadeem's  Response
A_A Hamzah Nassir
You didn't mention other readings like serum biluribin if it is normal go for Hep B & C screeings
Answered: Mon, 16 May 2011
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