Need to consult a hepatologist
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I have gone through your query and I understand your concern regarding hepatitis B
Hepatitis B patients recover completely within two to three months and never go to the chronic stage.
About 5-10% of patients go into chronic stage where the patient may be symptom free but may develop liver failure
if not treated.
Many chronic patients are diagnosed based on the SGOT
and SGPT levels because these enzymes indicate liver function.
The normal range of values for AST (SGOT) is about 5 to 40 units per liter of serum.
The normal range of values for ALT (SGPT) is about 7 to 56 units per liter of serum.
Your report suggests slightly higher levels when compared to normal reference levels, but these reference levels vary based on the procedure used in the laboratory.
I would suggest you upload the scanned copy of the report on the link provided on the webpage for me to confirm the reports.
levels are also on the higher range.
However, tests for hepatitis B are negative and that is a positive sign indicating that you have not progressed to chronic stage.
For now, I would suggest you consult a hepatologist and get yourself examined for other causes of increased liver enzyme levels and bilirubin.
You do not need any more medications for hepatitis B infection.
Dietary advice can be given once the cause for raised enzyme levels is determined.
Please get in touch with a hepatologist and get a detailed examination done.
I hope I have cleared your doubts.
Please get back if any more clarifications.