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Fatigue, yellow urine, upset stomach. High cholesterol levels, SGPT. Cause of worry?

I am having fatigue , yellowish urine , bad stomach but not having loose motion. When blood was tested my choelsterol level is 127 and SGPT is 85. Rest of the tests were all in medium levels. I didnt consult with a gastroenterologist but with a physician only who advised me to drink much water and that there is no other probs. I am not fully convinced yet. Can you advise further???
Asked On : Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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thanks for query
all above symptoms you had indicates dehydration with acidity you have to take plenty of fluid orally with added salt/minerals. nothing to worry about above report normal cholesterol level is below 200 as your.
normal SGPT level are below 40 and as your sgpt is 85 which is about to normal and may be found in alcoholics and dehydration status.
Answered: Thu, 24 Jan 2013
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