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Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   hi
User :   hi
Doctor :   Dr AAAAAAA here
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Doctor :   please proceed with your health query
User :   doc i am about 31
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User :   hi
Doctor :   yes, please proceed
User :   sorry sir
User :   sir i had a liver function test.......
User :   can u tell me whether i have jaundice or not.
User :   here are the following results that shows
Doctor :   please proceed with telling the values
User :   total bilirubin 1.2 (conjucated .6 and unconjucated .6
User :   alkaline phosphate167
User :   sgot 92u/l
User :   sgpt 143u/l
User :   total protien 6.9
User :   albumin
User :   3.7
User :   globumin 3.2
User :   ag ratio 1:2:1
Doctor :   total bilirubin is normal but on higher side of normal, SGPT and SGOT both are elevated indicating liver damage.
Doctor :   what symptoms do you have at present?
User :   nothin f tht sort really........
User :   just a bit weakness
User :   disiness
User :   wht should one do.........
Doctor :   ok. you consume alcohol?
User :   no sir.........
User :   not in last 8 yrs
Doctor :   the liver function test results do show liver damage and probability that you might fall into jaundice soon
Doctor :   I would recommend you to discuss your report in detail with your treating doctor and get started on liver tonics or medications to repair the damage
Doctor :   keep diet simple with less oil and spices.
Doctor :   repeat the tests again after a month
User :   ok doc
User :   thanks bye.........
Doctor :   is there anything else I can help you with?
User :   no
Doctor :   thanks for consulting me. bye for now.
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