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Bilirubin total=3.00mg/dl, high SGOT, SGPT. Advised Udiliv twice. What 's the cause ?

Bilirubin , total=3.00mg/dl i am 47,male, my blood test results are as follows-- Bilirubin, conjugated=2.12mg/dl Bilirubin, unconjugated=0.88mg/dl SGOT =471.2IU/L SGPT =554.22IU/L Alkaline phosphatase =384.1iu/l Dr. advised to take udiliv-300 twice a day for 10 days 7 liv 52-DS. what is the cause of this? I had cosumed 2 drinks after tinidazole treatment( after 48 hrs)
Asked On : Wed, 21 Nov 2012
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Reports suggest that there is some inflammation of liver (Hepatitis).

It is difficult to say what has caused Hepatitis. They are commonly causes due to viruses/ some medications/alcohol/gall stones etc.

If you have fever/vomiting/abdominal pain - you may need sonography to rule out gallstones/cholecystitis.

I feel your doctor after clinical examination must have felt that no further investigations are necessary at this stage and have advised to take these treatment.

Answered: Wed, 21 Nov 2012
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