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Both SGOT and SGPT high. Can Udiliv 300 help to quickly control it?

Hi, My SGOT is 54 and SGPT is 101. (Both are high) Albumin: 4.7 g/dl Globulin:3.0 g/dl A.G ratio: 1.6 Bilirubin (Total): 1.1 mg/dl Bilirubin(Direct): 0.2 mg/dl Bilirubin(Indirect):0.9 mg/dl In urine routine, I have found Cal- oxalate 2+ crystal. other reports are normal. How can I control SGOT, SGPT in about 10 days? Should Udiliv 300 (referred by doctor) can reduce my SGOT and SGPT quickly? Or, please give any other suggestion.
Asked On : Tue, 10 Jul 2012
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The most common cause for high SGPT are 
High triglycerides 
Herbal medicines,pain killers,antibiotics etc. 
Stop taking herbal medicines,if taking and reduce your weight and triglycerides,if high. 
Stop alcohol,if taking. 
You should be alright in 2 months. 
Get yourself investigated for other causes,if you don't become alright in 2 months. 
No body can do miracles in 10 days
Frankly speaking UDILIV has no role in reducing liver enzymes.
Answered: Tue, 10 Jul 2012
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