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Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   Hi my SGot is 66 and SGPT is 86 how ever bilirubin is .47 what could be the reason. Also my ESR is 22
Doctor :   HI
Doctor :   they are mildly elevated
User :   hello
User :   what could be the reason
Doctor :   There are many reason for elevation
Doctor :   Hello
Doctor :   Reasons;
Doctor :   1. Hepatitis -hep A, HB, Hepc
Doctor :   2. Alcoholic hepatitits
User :   i do not consume alcohol
Doctor :   ok
User :   bilirubin is .47
Doctor :   Get Hepetatisi profile
Doctor :   bilirubinm.47 is normal
Doctor :   Do have other abnormal liver test
User :   should it not be eleveted in case of Hepatitis
User :   i am obes though
User :   could taht be the reasone
Doctor :   They are levated in Hepatitis
Doctor :   No
Doctor :   Obesity cause fatty liver
Doctor :   Here you need to think like this: Doctor :   Are there any most common reasons
Doctor :   and get the the tests for them
Doctor :   that is #1
Doctor :   If all the tests are negative, repeat the tests after 3-4 monyths
Doctor :   and see whether they are decreasig or same
User :   what tests should i take
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