i am benjie..my sgptlevel is 116 and it is high elevated from normal range.what does it mean?what will happen to me about having this??is it a serious thing that should alarm me??what are the things that i ...
hi, im 24yrs old,male, height 5 7 . weight 83kg. i have a high sgptlevel of 130. my sugar, blood ... treatment in order me to have a diet .. im comfusing of what hev said. please help me..do methamphetamine ...
level (sgpt) 2. if it will not be under control than what types of problems will be appear after ...i am 7th months pregnant, my wat:-60 kg, ht:- 5 4 i have problem of jaundices my sgptlevel was380 ...
to diagnose the above which count 93, 47 and 116 respectively. As the sugar and GGT were in control but SGPT ...Hello sir, Recently, I have went through medical check-up and found that my sugar, GGT and SGPT ...
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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
My sgpt reading is 54 what does it means.
The SGPT reading is slightly on the higher side, it indicates stress in the liver but not too dangerous needing any medications. Reduction of fat and spices in diet would suffice.
Hi. in my Liver Function Test report SGPT is 6 points more than normal. what does that mean?
Hi, causes of rised SGPTlevels are gallbladder disease, hepatitis, fatty liver, cirrhosis, infectious mononucleosis,and as you know alcoholism, medications and drug toxicity, CHF, heart attack, heart muscle damage, skeletal muscle injury. it is impossible to 'guess' what it is. you need to be worked up for the most likely of these based on your medical history, age, etc.
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