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High liver enzymes, cholesterol levels. Suggestions to lower levels?

sir, I am 37 years old my wieght is 140lbs and my height is 5 1 . I took my blood test last week and the reuslts where high. My SGPT is 125.6, SGOT is 74.9 triglycerides 297. Total Cholesterol is 249.6, HDL cholesterol 44.08, LDL cholesterol is 146.12. I dont drink alcohol and i took duphaston and clomid last Nov. Please tell me what to do to lower my result. Thank you!
Asked On : Fri, 29 Mar 2013
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Generally high levels of SGOT AND SGPT are not very dangerous and can be found in people with no obvious reasons.
However in utour case it appears that cause for your high liver enzymes are high cholesterol and high triglycerides.
Alypthough tje most important cause or such n abnormality is consumprption of alcohol but since you don't consume alcohol ,the reason seems to be due to bad life style like obesity or incresed consumtion of sweets and deep fried foods along with consumtion of junk foods,
Treatment lies in avoiding junk foods,sweets and deep fried foods and reduction of calories.
The best treatment is exercise,exercise and exercise only.
Take statins,avoid junk foods and do regular aerobic exercises.
You shall be all right in next 6 months.
Answered: Sat, 30 Mar 2013
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