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Hepamerz in pregnancy

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Lowered SGPT and SGOT levels after taking Hepamerz and Ursocol. Continue medicine?

Namaste!! i am from nepal before my SGPT AND SGOT was high and i took two medice HEPAMERZ AND URSOCOL twice a day but now my SGPT AND SGOT is coming in balance i.e 76 and 40 respectively. should i ...
 

Alcoholic. Diagnosed with jaundice and pain in stomach. Done with ultrasound - normal and LFT. On HepaMerz and Melcovit Gold. Guidance?

or junk food. He advised me to take the doses of Tab. HepaMerz and Cap. Melcovit Gold. but after taking ...
 

Have SGPT level 111. Prescribed Hepamerz and Tefrolive forte. Urine still yellow. What to do?

hi i am suffering from SGPT level 111 from 22nd of march and i have consulted with a doctor who wrote two medicin one is HEPAMERZ Tab and second is TEFROLIVE FORTE and told me that u have to take ...
 

12 year old suffering from jaundice. Taking Livoluk, sibilon and hepamerz. Asked to stop medications. What is the diet to be followed?

I have a 12 Yrs Old daughter, She is suffering from Jaundice for last 3 months, She was taking medicine as per doctor suggestions. Tab. Hepamerz, Syp. Liv 52 DS, Syp. Livoluk, Sibilion because she has ...
 

How to reduce SGPT level?

hii i had been sufferring from viral hepatitis two months ago. my bilirubin was 8.7 and sgpt was 1200. i had been hospitalised for that too and taking hepamerz, silibon 70, pantocid dsr, and livfit ...
 

How to control the ALT levels through diet?

mnts i have this problam and HbsAg Negative. But its rise ALT.80,AST 50.so i can used Hepamerz tablet ... with deit. Here Hepamerz tablets are not available .please can give me some other composition medicine Right ...
 

Is this pregnancy?

Hi I have come off the pill after been on it for 5 years been on several kinds. I have been off now for 3/4 months, my periods are funny i was due on on a monday didnt come on till the friday only lasted 3 days then this month due on on monday...
 

Elevated SGPT, SGOT levels. Taking pan40 daily. What should be done to get back to normal readings?

Hi My SGOT level is 110 & SGPT is at 160. I drink regularly however only beer since the past 4 months i have hepamerz & Liv52 DS Tabs everyday however these levels are not reducing.My Questions: 1 ...
 

How to treat bilirubin 4,sgpt 660 and sgot 1250?

foods. He has been advised to take hepamerz 6 tablets in a day .. Can u please suggest what to do next ...
 

Ultrasound shows enlarged liver. Taking prescribed medication and restricted diet

are not dilated. Liver span is 150mm. Doctor advice medicine( Hepamerz 2 tab daily for 3 months & restricted diet ...
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Chances of pregnancy

Hi my name is XXXXXXX and could i pregnant?
 

Abdominal ultrasound showed enlarged liver and increase in echogenicity. What are the risks?

him two medicines..Hepamerz & liver 52.are these medicines ok? its been 1year he has this problem ...
 

What does high SGPT and SGOT levels indicate?

Hepamerz & Liv52 but after a week the levels were coming down - doctor added two more medicines Udiliv300 ...
 

Pregnancy test positive. Suggest ways to terminate pregnancy?

Gyanecologist: My wife's last period date is Aug 20 2013. She has missed her period in Sep. We have checked for pregnancy and kit says postiive. We need to terminate this ASAP. Kindly suggest ...
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sir, while carrying out the medicals my husbands SGOT and SGPT are found high as 113 and 197. Dr started medication Liv52 and Hepamerz.is it possible to
Viral infection is likely, no need to give this medicine for this, further investigation would be needed
 
Is pregnancy possible and safe after a chemical pregnancy
Yes, for sure, no reason why you should not go on to have a successful pregnancy. Please write back with more details so that I can guide you better. Take care.
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