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Had gall bladder surgery previously. Having high levels of ALT and SGPT. Serious?

hello doctor I sagar gall blader surzary had been done before 6 yers seens then i am well but some times my sgpt grew high cbc ceruloplasmi ant ittg hepatitis a b&c sgot alkaline phosphate all are normal but sgpt now110/u/l sence alkaline phosphate and sgpt grew high before surzary but after 4 yerars now i am faceing such problem. if this is dangerus for liver or life. please help.
Asked On : Tue, 18 Dec 2012
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Apr 2013
Dear sagar, as I understand you are concerned about your sgpt levels. I dont think taht it is asociated with your previous surgery except some kind of liver blood vessels and bile ducts were injured.
SGPT is elevated in hepatitis, diabetes, congestive heart failure, liver damage, bile duct problems, infectious mononucleosis and the best way to rule these disorders out is to do ultrasound or CT scan of liver. Also liver biopsy can be done. But mildly elevation of SGPT only isnt something to be concerned about and it is not a threatening for your life . You should check your bilirubin levels and red cells count too.

Wish you good health. DR ivan Romic
Answered: Wed, 19 Dec 2012
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