Reports show high bilirubin, SGOT, SGPT levels. Indications?
hi doctor.my mother has a liver problem from last 8 months.her blood reports are abnormal as: platlets: 46 ESR: 40 NORMAL: 20 BILIRUBIN: 3.6 NORMAL: .2-1.2 S.G.P.T: 187 NORMAL: 5-55 S.G.O.T: 473 Normal : 5-40 her hepatitus A,B,C and E Test are normal. i dont know where is the problem because...
High bilirubin, SGPT and SGOT levels. Is this serious?
My sister was detected with 6 bilirubin(TOTAL) 1 month ago... with 500 SGPT and 200 SGOT.... Which came down to 3 Bilirubin (T), and 67 SGOT, 119 SPT.. But Now when I tested today.. although the Bilirubin TotaL was 1.2, and direct bilirubin was 0.74, but the SGPT has increased to 135, and SGOT...
Done bilirubin level, albumin, globulin, SGOT, SGPT. Are these normal?
hello doctor, my father is having following reports that was diagnosed due to jaundice .... BIOCHEMISTRY --------------------------------------------------------------- bilirubin-----3.97 mg/dl conjugated (D.bilirubin) -----1.17 mg/dl unconjugated (i.d.bilirubin)------2.80 mg/dl Total protein...
What does SGPT=1222 and SGOT=800 suggest?
Dear Doctor, I was suffering from Jaundice . my SGPT = 1222 and sgot =800 and bilirubin is 9 .... I also test negative for hepatitis b ,c ..... is this just normal to have such high level of sgpt and sgot level or should i consult Gastroenterologist ....
High SGOT, SGPT levels. What does this signify ?
Dear Doctor My age is 36 & weight is 65 kg.Recently i undergone a LFT & Lipid Profile test which i normaly do once in a year.In a lab test report i found the following results:- SGOT-60(IU/L) SGPT-121 ALP-76 BILIRUBIN ,TOTAL-0.8 (mg%) BILIRUBIN,DIRECT-0.3 BILIRUBIN,INDIRECT-0.5 PRTOIN...
Lab work drawn on 10-2-13 indicated AST (SGOT) of 726 u/l, ALT (SGPT) of 1179, normal total bilirubin, 1.3 alk phos-259
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A S T,ALT , serum bilirubin ( normal >1 ) alkaline phosphatase 259 ( 30-120 U/L ) all are very very high clearly an indication of LIVER disease .
At once get on ultrasound of liver with M R I and consult a gastroenterologist and get his opinion as may be HEPATITIS A, B , C E .
Good luck. Dr. HET
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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
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