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What does this blood report indicate?

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Dr. Anantharamakrishnan


Practicing since :1966

Answered : 4505 Questions

Posted on Mon, 29 Aug 2016 in Hypertension and Heart Disease
Question: Hi, Doctor, Good Evening. My is 9.00 which is less as per limits, Creatinine is low 0.61 and Uric acid is high. also SGOT-146, SGPT-182 & GGPT 179.
Trigicerides- 229, HDL-35, LDl-80, VLDL-45.

kindly suggest me how to control this.

Answered by Dr. Anantharamakrishnan 10 hours later
Brief Answer:
Life style modification / further tests & follow up

Detailed Answer:
Hi friend
Welcome to Health Care Magic
Triglyceride level is high, but not alarming
A full 14-hour fasting is necessary for proper interpretation

Obesity / Diabetes / Thyroid insufficiency / Alcohol / over eating / some drugs like Beta-blockers / Diuretics are a few other causes. It is generally genetic [inherited /running in family]

Eat fewer calories / Limit natural sugars:
Eat small, frequent meals and do not skip meals
Avoid late-night snacking
Add omega-3 fats in your diet
– fatty fish (like mackerel, salmon, sardines, tuna) twice or more in a week
– soy foods, canola oil, flax seeds and walnuts / limit potatoes, yams, beans, corn and peas

Lose weight if you are overweight

Do regular physical activity – at least half an hour a day / 5 days in a week

Repeat the tests in 2 to 3 months with 12 to 14 hour fast…
Follow up with your physician
Some enzymes from the liver are high….
Along with triglyceride, it may mean alcohol???
If you are taking alcohol – stop it immediately, completely and permanently

You need further investigations – ultrasound (scan) of the liver, blood tests for hepatitis virus…

Repeat the tests in a week
No drugs without doctor’s prescription – even paracetamol
Consult a Hepatologist (Gastroenterologist)
Uric acid is elevated…
Avoid red meat; reduce pulses; Drink plenty of water
Repeat after 2 weeks – if still high, you may need drugs
Your doctor will give an appropriate uricosuria drug…

Consult a dietician - for further advice on diet for uric acid AND triglyceride...
No concern about low creatinine / urea
Could be from low muscle mass…
Nothing need bedone

Good luck
God bless you
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