told my jaundice does not healed and went for blood check up and i found s.Rubin at 2.4 and sgpt 75 ... it and again tam normal oil food and non-veg items again i went to same blood test as on 26/1/13 my s ...
in the test results Bilrobin level is 10 and sgptlevel is 1996. please let me know how is this? im so worried ... poisoning . where in fact as i knew if sgpt is high in the blood then there must be some problem in liver ...
weeks in hospital, my SGPT&SGOT levelsdecreased to around 50. Yesterday I went back for my follow up. The blood test showed dat my SGPT&SGOT were 100&60 respectively. For the past 1 week, I ve been having dry ...
hello sir hope you fine sir have do my liver test thank GOD all are ok but my sgptlevel is also hight like 80 i use the multimotion and food control so i go to 37 so after one month i check again so ...
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Values above 3 times the upper limit are considered significant and need extensive work up.
Other values need follow up – alcohol, drugs (paracetamol), Dyslipidemia, Diabetes, Obesity, Fatty liver, viral infection and so on.
Hepatologist (Gastroenterologist) is the best option to consult
Wishing speedy recovery
Hi Ø i made a blood test and i got sgpt 119, and by the way before 10 hours from my blood test i took antibiotic and paracetamol, is this result is normal
level of sgpt are 7-60 units per litre
This is an enzyme that is found in the cells of the liver. it is raised in liver damage, acute hepatitis
The liver test for SGPT is almost never conducted in isolation but done with several different enzymes like sgot
transient elevation of sgpt occurs with paracetamol which is hepatotoxic
you should repeat test if still abnormal then do usg abdomen
I want to know which types of food I should use for stop SGPT on 32 that is my current.
decreased fat and carbohydrate and fat. and protein rich .
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