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Alcohol,blood test,elevated SGOT and SGPT,elevated GGT

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I hv been consuming alcohol 1-2 pegs daily with solid healthy food at dinner for the past 1 8 months. I dont have any kind of serious problem. Recently I have done Blood Test. And the reports are as follows:

Bilirubin - Direct - 0.25
Billirubin - Total - 0.80
Bilirubin(Indirect) - 0.55
SGOT - 71.10
SGPT - 117
Alkaline Phosphatase - 98.80
GGT - 150
Protein(Total) - 8.83
Albumin - Serum - 5.10
Serum Albumin/Globulin Ratio - 1.37

is it normal ? Do i need to make any changes in my daily life ? Please Suggest.

Tue, 22 May 2012 in Liver and Gall Bladder
Answered by Dr. Tulasi Raman.P 1 hour later

Thanks for your query.

Your LFT values and its interpretation

1. Bilirubin : Direct - 0.25 (0-0.2) Mild Elevation (insignificant)
2. Billirubin : Total - 0.80 (0-1.0) Normal
3. Bilirubin (Indirect) - 0.55 (0-1.0) Normal
4. SGOT - 71.10 (0-35) Elevated
5. SGPT - 117 (0-35) Elevated
6. Alkaline Phosphatase - 98.80 (30-120) Normal
7. GGT - 150 (0-30) Elevated
8. Protein(Total) - 8.83 (6-8) Normal (Though values shows mild elevation)
9. Albumin - Serum - 5.10 (4-6) Normal
10.Serum Albumin/Globulin Ratio - 1.37 (1.7-2.2) Normal

Taking into consideration that you are consuming alcohol daily and with the reports showing elevation in the liver enzymes I am of the opinion that it could be Alcohol Induced Hepatitis.

Following these measures will help you:
1. Cut down or avoid alcohol intake.
2. Avoid high fat & protein diet till the liver functions return to normal.
3. Consume diet having simple carbohydrates like sugarcane juice, Coconut water etc
4. Take Liver-protective syrup like Liv-52 after consulting with your doctor.
5. Repeat Liver Function Tests after 12 weeks.
6. Always drink plenty of fresh water to flush toxins out of your body.

I hope my answer has been adequate and informative. If you have any follow up queries I will be available to answer them.

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