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High SGOT, SGPT levels. What does this signify ?

Dear Doctor My age is 36 & weight is 65 kg.Recently i undergone a LFT & Lipid Profile test which i normaly do once in a year.In a lab test report i found the following results:- SGOT-60(IU/L) SGPT-121 ALP-76 BILIRUBIN ,TOTAL-0.8 (mg%) BILIRUBIN,DIRECT-0.3 BILIRUBIN,INDIRECT-0.5 PRTOIN TOTAL-7.7(gm%) ALBUMIN-4.56 GLOBULIN-3.1 A.G RATIO-1:4:1 As per lab report,SGPT & SGOT Out of range .Before LFT test I was not facing any medical problem.Plz advice on following:- 1.Is my liver is damage & not functioning normal 2.Is there any symptom of Jaudince.My urine & eyes colour was normal before test 3.should i take any medicine 6.How long these results will become normal I have also undergo for U/S for whole abdominal.which was totally normal.I have a alcholic liver but i am not hard drinker. Lipid profile is also normal
Asked On : Fri, 31 Aug 2012
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SGOT is not significantly raised.
But SGPT is raised nearly 3 times the upper limit of normal.
The most cause is fatty liver.
You can have an ultrasound scan of abdomen done to confirm it.
Answered: Fri, 31 Aug 2012
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