Hello doctor. I did a panel test (arogyam 1.3 from
HbA1c - (HPLC - NGSP Certified) - 5.9 %
MONOCYTES - ABSOLUTE COUNT 0.19 X 10³ / µL 0.2-1
25-OH VITAMIN D (TOTAL) C.L.I.A 12.81 ng/ml
GAMMA GLUTAMYL TRANSFERASE (GGT) PHOTOMETRY 82.67 U/l
ALANINE TRANSAMINASE (SGPT) PHOTOMETRY 47.4 U/l
TOTAL CHOLESTEROL PHOTOMETRY 262 mg/dl
LDL CHOLESTEROL - DIRECT PHOTOMETRY 190 mg/dl
Some additional details with regard to me are as follows:-. About a month back i had tested for cholesterol, which came high (>300). I took atorvastatin for about two weeks. Yesterday i got these tests done. I drink alcohol only occasionally over the weekend (2-3 pegs), smoke one or two cigarretes a day.
my height is 175cms, and weight is about 75 kgs. i am a male/45 years. I am not suffering from any ailments as such now.
Would be grateful for your inputs.
Continue Atorvastatin and take Vit D supplement
This is Dr Sameer cardiologist.
I went through the reports.
HbA1c is normal. We call it diabetes above 6.5.
Cholesterol is abnormal for which you have to continue taking Atorvastatin and reduce fat in diet. I would also recommend to do moderate exercise for at least 30min per day.
Vitamin D is also low. You can take supplement in form of Calcirol XXXXXXX 60K units once per week for 3 months.
I hope you will be fine with that.
Thanks and regards
Nothing to worry about that
Yes LFT is slightly deranged, but nothing to be done for that. Yes Atorvastatin can derange LFT, but it will derange all parameters not just GGT or ALP.
For this I'll suggest you to decrease fat in diet do exercise regularly and just for precaution get a ultrasound abdomen done.
If you do exercise regularly, you won't be needing Atorvastatin and we usually do not start it until their are other risk factors associated like Diabetes or Hypertension. So maintain a healthy lifestyle, do exercise regularly and you may get rid of most of the medicine.
If their is anything else I can help you with, I'll more than happy.
Thanks and regards