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Had missed abortion. Pregnant. Having itching. Blood test done. Is there any risk for the baby?

May 2013
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I AM 26 weeks preganant and i was having itching got test done LFT and my sgot & sgpt is 277 & 420 alibumin is 3.10 ,globulin-3.70,a/g-.0.8 .... i had a missed aboration in XXXXXXX 2010 ... 9 weeks current weight is 75 kg and blood sugars are also higher ---fasting -97 pp-136...please let me know the risks for my baby...
Posted Thu, 9 Aug 2012 in Pregnancy
Answered by Dr. Sree Gouri SR 49 minutes later
Thanks for the query.

there could be mild elevation of SGOT and SGPT in pregnancy, but you are having high levels with altered A/G ratio, indicating the possibility of some underlying problem like viral hepatitis, fatty liver etc,
fatty liver can occur because of diabetes and also obesity,

gestational diabetes or pre-pregnancy diabetes can cause,
macrosomia of the baby,
increased risk of operative deliveries,
increased chance of preeclampsia etc,
because of obesity also there is chance for increased risk of operative deliveries, preeclampsia etc,

so you once consult gastroenterologist and take opinion regarding your elevated liver enzymes and blood sugar level and start treatment as early as possible which will decrease the chances of complications.

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