Can someone explain my Liver function tests reports ?
Dear Doc, I just got my LFT done. Following are the report findings: SGOT (AST) 27.60 U/L SGPT (ALT) 52.00 U/L GGTP 18.50 U/L Alkaline Phosphate 277.70 U/L Bilirubin , Total 0.83 mg/dL Bilirubin, Direct 0.12 mg/dL Bilirubin, Indirect 0.71 mg/dL Protein, Total 8.40 g/dL Albumin 5.00 g/dL A:G Ratio 1.47 Are these figures high or normal? Pl advice. Is there anything to worry about? My details: Sex: Male Age: 35 years Height: 5 7 Weight: 68 kgs
levels indicated by you are almost normal except a moderate high SGPT level. Did you have any jaundice in the recent past and are recovering from it now ?. What about your appetite and any vomit sensation. If not, do not worry. Repeat GPT test after a fortnight and still high visit a physician with an ultrasound abdomen. Do not take alcohol and animal foods. Avoid fat and oil for some time
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