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What do the following test reports indicate?

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Posted on Mon, 18 Jul 2016
Question: Hi,
My son was diagnosed to have hepatities, on April 29th, Test Results for SGPT 3442 IU/L, Total bilirubin=7.52mg/dl, Direct bilirubin 5.80 mg/dl, HBsAg 0.060(Ngetive), on 5th May '16. On 27th May 16, SGPT came down to139.30 IU/L, Total Bilurubin to2.35 mg/dl, Direct bilirubin 1.30 mg/dl. On 11th XXXXXXX SGPT was 99.10 IU/L, Total bilirubin 2.03 Mg/dl, Direct bilirubin 0.90 mg/dl, however today on 27th XXXXXXX SGPT is 82.40 IU/dl, but there is increase in Toal bilirubin to 2.35 mg/dl, Direct bilirubin 0.70 mg/dl.

What could be the possible reason ? and consequences ?? Is it worrisome ?
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Answered by Dr. Suresh Heijebu (9 hours later)
Brief Answer:
Nothing to worry.Will resolve slowly

Detailed Answer:
Hello, Sir.

I can certainly understand your concern.

I have worked through your query in detail.

Your son is improving.

As far as hepatitis is concerned, fluctuations are common in the healing phase.

You need not worry about it.

The consequences are nil.

All the enzymes in blood will take around 3-6 months to completely normalise.

Continue the medications.

Post your further queries if any.
Thank you.
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What do the following test reports indicate?

Brief Answer: Nothing to worry.Will resolve slowly Detailed Answer: Hello, Sir. I can certainly understand your concern. I have worked through your query in detail. Your son is improving. As far as hepatitis is concerned, fluctuations are common in the healing phase. You need not worry about it. The consequences are nil. All the enzymes in blood will take around 3-6 months to completely normalise. Continue the medications. Post your further queries if any. Thank you.