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How can the liver problem be treated ?

sir my mother is ill. she is suffering from lever problem.her blood tst says that bilirubin total is 0.63,bilirubin direct is 0.2,bilirubin indirect is 0.14, sgot is 72, sgpt is 77.1, alkaline phosphatese is 139.4,ggt is 33.5, protein total is 8.67, allbumin srum is 4.08, serum albumin is 0.89.she has headache, back pain,un regular latring,gas,diabetes and bp
Asked On : Mon, 13 Feb 2012
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Hi welcome to HCM. Please do not worry too much. Your mother's liver problem is not severe and she will recover soon. But please monitor her blood glucose during this period and also certain diabetic and blood pressure drugs may have to be withdrawn during this period (thay may damage the liver) and others given. I am sure your doctor would have looked into this. All her symptoms are due to her liver problem.If her liver functions do not improve in 15 days time--she will have to do undergo tests to find out the type of hepatitis(liver involvement) and get treated accordingly.
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