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Elevated ALT, bilrubin, SGPT, abnormal liver function test, stressful job, alcoholism. Treatment?

Hi, i am a 37 male, working with a very stressfull job that requires sometimes staying seated for 12-13 hours. i am a heavy drinker for the last 3 years. the consumption varied with 2 pints a day to 4 pints regularly. all of my tests like Lipid , CBC are within normal range with HDL @62, LDL @86 TGL @164 and VLDL @33. the problem is with my Liver Function test . GammaGT came out @164, ALT @145. Bilurubin @0.2 and the SGPT was also within acceptable range. can i have an opinian what these things indicate. i have mentioned that exercise is one thing which is far from my busy life. age 37, Male, 5 11 , 73kg. could any body help!
Asked On : Sun, 29 Jul 2012
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Well your liver parameters are okay. They are not grossly deranged, so nothing active needs to be done. What you need to do is to cut down on your alcohol consumption.
Answered: Tue, 31 Jul 2012
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