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Is alcohol consumption safe inspite of having normal SGOT and SGPT levels?

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Posted on Fri, 13 May 2016
Question: is reheptin can takes normal condition when sgot and sgpt is normal but individual takes alkohal 60 ml daily
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Answered by Dr. BR Hudda (2 hours later)
Brief Answer:
Please provide more information, it depends on many other factors

Detailed Answer:
Hello Mr XXXXXXX
Welcome to Health Care Magic, I really appreciate your concern.

Reheptin has a combination of Metadoxine, Silymarin and L Ornithine L Aspartate. it protects the liver from damage and helps in its repair.

Here, I would like further information for better assessment of the condition, without which I will not be able to comment exactly.

What all medicines you are taking ?
Your weight, height and BMI ?
Since how long you are taking alcohol ?
Do you smoke?
If possible upload me the scan copy of all the reports including blood sugar, lipid profile..
Have you checked your blood pressure recently ?

Chronic alcohol consumption is a risk factors for heart disease , diabetes and liver disease and aggravates any existing medical illness

Normal SGPT and SGOT are not the criteria to continue alcohol intake.

since your doctor advised you to quit drinking, so please write back to me with these details so that I will be able to tell you more conclusively.

Waiting for your reply.
Best wishes
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Is alcohol consumption safe inspite of having normal SGOT and SGPT levels?

Brief Answer: Please provide more information, it depends on many other factors Detailed Answer: Hello Mr XXXXXXX Welcome to Health Care Magic, I really appreciate your concern. Reheptin has a combination of Metadoxine, Silymarin and L Ornithine L Aspartate. it protects the liver from damage and helps in its repair. Here, I would like further information for better assessment of the condition, without which I will not be able to comment exactly. What all medicines you are taking ? Your weight, height and BMI ? Since how long you are taking alcohol ? Do you smoke? If possible upload me the scan copy of all the reports including blood sugar, lipid profile.. Have you checked your blood pressure recently ? Chronic alcohol consumption is a risk factors for heart disease , diabetes and liver disease and aggravates any existing medical illness Normal SGPT and SGOT are not the criteria to continue alcohol intake. since your doctor advised you to quit drinking, so please write back to me with these details so that I will be able to tell you more conclusively. Waiting for your reply. Best wishes