Increased levels of SGOT and SGPT indicate that there is damage going on in the liver. The common causes, in people who do not take alcohol, are Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver
Disease, or Hepatitis B
and Hepatitis C
infections. The latter 2 should be tested for to ensure that they are negative.
If infections are excluded,Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) remains as the commonest cause. It is often associated with overweight
and check whether he is exercising enough. An ultrasound examination often helps to detect excess fat in the liver. take care. GC