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Have high SGPT and SGOT level, done blood test, scan shows multiple gall stones. Cause?

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i have very hight SGPT and SGOT values as per my blood test
its 572-SGPT and 47-SGOT
Please let me know the cause
Posted Sat, 22 Sep 2012 in Liver and Gall Bladder
Follow-up: Have high SGPT and SGOT level, done blood test, scan shows multiple gall stones. Cause? 0 minute later
i also have multiple gall stones in my scan report
Answered by Dr. Pavan Kumar Gupta 2 hours later
Thanks for the query.
Before answering your question I would be needing certain informations from you so that I am in a better position to answer 
Since when you are having high levels of SGPT?
What are the other values of your liver function tests?
What does your liver ultrasound report states?
Please down load your complete ultrasound report and blood reports.
Do you consume alcohol?
Is there any history of long consumption of any medicine like herbal medicines,anti depressants,antibiotics or cholesterol lowering medicines?
Is  there any history heart or kidney ailment or any muscle injury?
Is there any history of viral hepatitis?

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