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High SGOT and SGPT. Had dengue. Can I start exercise again?

Hi , I had last week a mosquito desease called DENGUE ,that is very common here in my country , that last like a week , I feel fine now, one of the symptoms was SGOT AND SGPT HIGH LEVELS,today my SGOT is normal but the sgpt is in 73 , can I start to exercise again ( I train hard at gym with cardio and weights ) . Am I available to have a glass of wine yet ?? what should I DO TO LOW THAT NUMBER ?
Asked On : Sun, 5 Aug 2012
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Welcome to HealthcareMagic forum.
Dengue affects not only the liver ( raised sgpt) but the musculoskeletal system as well as circulating platelet( type of blood cells). In the second week of illness there is a high risk of platelets dropping to below normal ( 1.5 to 4.5 lacs is normal) , which can result in unexpected bleeding.
Also it's best to delay vigorous exercise for atleast a couple of weeks to avoid any pulmonary or musculoskeletal complications. With raised sgpt any alcohol intake would further jeopardize the liver function .
Hence kindly consult your doctor for fitness approval before resuming to the previous routine.
Hope I have answered your query .
Wishing you good health .
Answered: Sun, 5 Aug 2012
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