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Done liver function tests. Why are my levels higher after doing detox program?

Dear Doctor, My Age is 29 and my weight is 88.on 10-9-2012 i did the following tests of ( SGPT-SGOT-GGT-total bilirubin-direct bilirubin) and the results was high after of a previously the same test get high on 13-08-2012 so i decided to make a detox program to decrease and after around 25 days, i did a test today and the results get higher than beforeand the results as the following: -SGPT: 139 (last time it was 134) -SGOT: 101 (last time it was 76) -GGT: 100 (last time it was 133) -Alkaline phosphatase: 53 total bilirubin :1.0 ( last time it was 0.5 ) Direct bilirubin: 0.4 ( it was 0.2) so i just want to know after a detox program of eating nothing but wheats and oats, drinking water and some of apple why its getting higher ?? i didnt make any HCV Antibodies yet...i have no HCV A,B.. i did the ultrasound of upper abdomen and it appears all are normal and in size..reports said: its fatty liver ..
Asked On : Thu, 13 Sep 2012
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Thanks for writing in.
Your ultrasound report explains the cause for elevated liver enzymes. Going on a detox program is futile and is not going to aid the treatment of this problem. You need to be treated for the fatty liver. Only then will the liver enzymes come to normal. The treatment protocol for fatty liver needs to be followed meticulously for at least 6 months. Then only can one expect recovery.
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