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Elevated SGOT, SCPT, bilrubin levels, negative hepatitis test. How can I normalize levels?

Dear Doctor, My SGOT-1665, SGPT-2435 and Billirubin level - 4.8. For past 5 days i was in heavy fever , today my fever has gone down, but i am concerned about my SGOT, SGPT and Billirubin levels. We have taken test for Hepatitis all shows negative. What may be the cause for this. How to get rid of this. Want to know how to reduce my SGOT, SGPT and Billirubin levels in blood . Please reply for this query....... Thanks, Prakash. V
Asked On : Wed, 6 Jun 2012
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hi.welcome to healthcaremagic forum.results show acute hepatitis.viral hepatitis is most common after alcohol.but we do not test all viruses, which causes hepatitis.there are some other causes like autoimmune and drugs, which may cause hepatitis.just follow advice of treating doctors.repeat test regularly till normalization.avoid alcohol and drugs without prescriptions.carbohydrate rich diet should be taken.take medicines prescribed by doctors and consult if any complications occur.good luck.
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