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High SGPT level. Serious problem?

Hi Doc, I am 30 years old and recently I had a general checkup and was alarmed when I found that my SPGT level is 47 mg/dl.. My blood sugar level is around 235. My hepatitis test were all negative.. Do I have serious problem with the level of my SPGT? The doctor didn t give me any medicine for the SPGT. I dont know why. She just told me that I should only have a regular excercise because I am a bit obese.. Do I need to be alrarmed with this SPGT level doc? Thanks for the advise..
Asked On : Thu, 11 Oct 2012
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You have not mentioned whether the sugar level is Fasting(empty stomach) or after meals.
Your SGPT level is not much raised. It is at borderline level.
Your sugar level is raised. Fasting referance range is 70-110 mg/dl. You should more be concerned about your sugar level. Follow diet which is less in sugar and carbohydrate.
Have following investigation done:-
1. Blood sugar level (Fasting and PP)
2. HbA1C
3. Kidney Function Test
4. Lipid Profile
5. Thyroid Profile
6. Urine(Routine/Microscopic)
Answered: Thu, 11 Oct 2012
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