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Does lescol 80 cause high SGPT and SGOT level ?

Hi, i am a woman 57 years old i am hypertension and taking medecine for it. Lately my cholesterol level was high , so the doctor advised me to take lescol 80 , i am taking it regularly but following analysis showed raising in sgot and sgpt is this caused by medecine?? here are my analysis before and after taking lescol , 2 months after taking first time my medecine, and 6 months after taking first time my medecine. total cholesterol sgot sgpt triglyceride Hdl Ldl before 262 23 25 141 60 180 2month after 196 131 65 104.8 6 mont after 212.68 28 37 106.29 71.93 130.32 I want just to know is this medecine suitable for me. and what can i do concerning the raising in sgpt and sgot.. N.B my doctor didn t give any importance to this. Is this a side effect of the medecine?? thanks a lot for your help
Asked On : Thu, 17 Mar 2011
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Hi. Welcome to HealthcareMagic. The medicines you are taking fall in the group of statins. They restrict the chemical reactions in cholestrol formation, however there are evidences that in few cases the liver enzymes might be effected. Please consult a doctor for dose adjustment or replacement of your ongoing therapy. Take care
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