Have high fever. Taking dolo 650. SGPT level is high. Any treatment?
hi god morning doctor my wife have high fever for two days and started medication with DOLO 650, 4 times aday when taking medicine, temperature comes down. kindly advice anything more to be done.On blood examination, all parameters are ok SGPT reading is high @174, instead of 40, so taking...
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Do methamphetamine lowers sgpt?
hi, im 24yrs old,male, height 5 7 . weight 83kg. i have a high sgpt level of 130. my sugar, blood pressure , uric acid are normal. i have no medical history . someone advice me that methamphetamine is good treatment in order me to have a diet .. im c
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History of TB. High SGPT and SGOT. What is the proper diet?
I was under treatment for TB for last 9 months. My age is 67 years.TB has been cured completely and all anti TB medicines have been stopped by the doctor. However the SGPT and SGOT have increased from previous level of about 60 (5 months back) to 300/400(current test result).I was told that it...
Loss of body weight, WBC count of 8700, high SGOT/SGPT, treatment ?
Hey, I had been diagnosed with HEV on 29th March 2012. Post that i was hospitalised for 5 days. As of today my SGOT/ SGPT is 48/54 and Bilirubin is in normal range. I had taken a CBC on 27/4/2012 and the Haemoglobin is 14.5 while my WBC is 8700 and Platelets are 0000. I have lost a lot of body...
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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
what is the proper diet for a person with high sgpt like 106?pls. help me, thank you!
What's the diagnosis? In liver disease, the diet should be balanced. It should include:protein 1.2-1.5 g/kg body weight/day, no restriction on carbohydrates, fat 30% of calories, fluid/sodium restriction, multivitamin, calories 25 kcal/kg/d
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