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Blood test showed high bilirubin and SGPT. Taking Liv52. Will levels reduce in a week?

Hellow Sir, I have tested my blood test and my Bilirub was 3.00 and SGPT was 64. Since I have received a visa for Kuwaid and want to medical test at GAMA medical centre and if the above reading is not come down, they will reject. I am taking liv 52 tables 2-morning, 2afternoon, 2 evening. Please let me know whetehr it will come down to normal within 1 week. I am taking dieting as per the doctor and taking fresh fruits and maximum salads. Please advise doctors.
Asked On : Wed, 15 Aug 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Hi Pradeep,
Welcome to Healthcare Magic.
Raised bilirubin and SGPT suggest jaundice.
Jaundice is not a disease in itself but a sign and symptom of some other diasease in the body.
If the disease happened earlier and it is in resolving phase then you will have a normal bilirubin in a week.
But if the problem has recently started then the bilirubin actually can go up.
Taking Liv52 would hardly help.
You need to consult a good physician.
Answered: Thu, 16 Aug 2012
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