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Fatty liver, raised SGPT and SGOT. Curable?

Hello Doctor, I have recently diagnosed Fatty Lever with SGOT - 45 & SGPT -80 raised lever enzymes...My Height is 5 feet 10 inches my weight is 86 Kg...Rest of the Liver tests are prothombin Time , Bilirubin etc....I want to know how can i get rid of this Fatty Lever ...I am also Type -2 Diabetic with Fasting levels -129 ......Please advice is it curable 100% ......
Asked On : Wed, 10 Oct 2012
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Fatty liver is curable but the main thing is to completely control your diabetes. At the same time you need to lose weight by both diet and exercise. If your cholesterol level is high it also needs to be controlled. There is no medication to get rid of the fat within the liver, and the mainstay of treatmet is as i mentioned diet and exercise.
You should have your liver enzymes monitored from time to time, and the goal would be to bring them back to normal. Fatty liver if not improved can lead to cirrhosis in the long run.
Answered: Sat, 13 Oct 2012
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