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High levels of uric acid, liver blood enzyme and bad cholesterol, taking Godex DS and cenovis fish oil. Any complications with medicines?

Good day sir. I have high level of uric acid and high levels of liver blood enzyme results for both the SGOT and SGPT . I am taking Godex ds(once a day) and Cenovis fish oil (once a day). Do these medicines have no complication on each other? Sir, I have also a high of level of bad cholesterol on my blood that s why I take Cenovis fish oil.
Asked On : Mon, 9 Jul 2012
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Dear Friend.
Welcome to HCM.
See important here is to see the cause of rise in liver enzymes.
If you consume alcohol , it can be because of that.
If you don't it is very important to rule out other causes like Hepatitis B and C.
Get following:
1. Viral Markers.
2. Ultrasound abdomen.

You can take that medicibe .
Treatment of Uric Acid would depend upon the cause and level.
Review with reports.
Answered: Fri, 30 May 2014
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