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Blood test shows slightly increased levels of SGOT. Diet, treatment?

hi doctor i had a blood test for S G O T & S G P T enzymes and they are sgot=18 u/L normal is up to 12 u/L sgpt=8 u/L normal is up to 12 u/L and i had hapatitis markers test for HBs antigen and HCV antibody and the two are negative not alcholic my weight is 100 kilos and my height is 186 cm age 25 years what should i do with this light increase in sgot ?? any further tests are required ? what diet form should i get??
Asked On : Thu, 24 Jan 2013
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nothing is required your bmi is around 29 so overweight you need to lose some weight come to 80 kegs ,you need to take high protein low calorie fibre rich diet.
Answered: Sun, 7 Jul 2013
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