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Have recurrent fever, abnormal SGOT and SGPT count. History of IBS. Dengue?

Hi i have mild fever since last 2 months it is coming like 2 days it is there then relief for next 2 days then again it comes. I had a liver test having my SGOT = 55IU/L and SGPT = 68 IU/L, and i had platelets count = 1.1 lacs.
i had fever along with fever. i had IBS also. Please suggest me some advise to control my SGOT and SGPT and platelets count. As i am worried that it may cause of Dengue.
Asked On : Sun, 13 Oct 2013
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Thanks for choosing HCM.
You are advised to go for further investigations like cbc,qbc,urine,rbs,s.bilirubin,dengue igg/igm to reach the diagnosis.
Only low platelet count suggests some viral fever.
You can take paracetamol round the clock to subside the fever,cold sponging will be helpful during episodes of fever.
Increase liquid intake is the remedy for any viral fever.Drink more water,lemon water,coconut water,fruit juices.
Avoid spicy,oily food. Simple high fiber diet is ideal for ibs.
Take b12,vitamins,minerals to boost up your immunity.
You will get recovery within 7 to 10 days after proper management under guidance of your physician.

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