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Am type 2 diabetic, losing weight, liver function abnormal, high GPT. Due to losing weight?

I am a type two diabetic on insulin . I have been purposefully slowly losing weight. Now my Endroc. Doctor tested my liver funtion and it was abnormal it was GOt 43 and GPT of 66. Is it due to losing weight? I do not have a gall bladder and only have one kidney. The diet I am on is two High Protein drinks based on Whey protein 30 grams of protein with vitamins approved by the diet person in the clinic and then I eat a nice very healthy salad of all kinds of veggies with vinegar and two teaspoons of olive oil dressing. I also have some sort of berry or apple for snack as well as 5 oz of V8 and maybe a very small handful of pinenuts, almonds, or walnuts as snacks. what am I doing wrong?
Asked On : Sun, 2 Sep 2012
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I have read your history.
You have marginally elevated liver enzymes, these could be related to fatty liver.
I would suggest you get tested for hepatitis B and hepatitis C.
I case the above tests are negative I would suggest to keep following your diet and keep the diabetes under control. I would suggest regular exercise 20 to 40 min per day. I would advise you to repeat the shot and sgpt after 3 months and if theynare still high . consult a gastroenterologist who will guide you further
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Dr Samir Patil
Answered: Tue, 19 Aug 2014
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