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Have problem in liver, test done. Taking udiliv. Is medication required?

Hello Doctor, I am 37 year old Male height 5.10 wt 94 kg. My liver function test showed the following abnormalities. sgot 49.5 sgpt 74.6 Alkaline phosphate -119.1. My doctor has prescribed Udiliv 300 thrice a day for one and half month. I am have been exercising from last eight months. Do I need medication at all? How serious is my condition. Is it reversible? How long will I take to return to normal? What else do you suggest? Thank you very much
Asked On : Fri, 5 Apr 2013
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General Surgeon 's  Response
Apr 2013
Hi and welcome to HCM.
Its elevation is commonly found in many disorders must most usualy is alcoholic, viral, autoimmune or toxic liver damage.Also it can be due to excessive execise. The most common liver disorders is fatty liver which can be found in healthy people, but usually is resulting from elevated blood lipids, overweight and elevated blood sugar. If ultrasounds didnt find anything and viral markers are negative then you have no reason to be concerned. YOu should treat it by gdieatary and lifestyle habbits. Do exercise, avoid alcohol,smoking, fats,fast food and carbonated drinks. Eat more fruit and vegetables, boiled meat and follow some of hepatoprotective diets. Findings usually improves on such measures. If not, then some medicines can be presribed. Thes are moderately elevated enzymes and some doctors prescribe drugs,some not. I suggest to take it and then repeat tests in few weeks,if there is improvement you can stop it. ymptoms then this is just slight and completely reversible liver damage.
Wish you good health.
Answered: Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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