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LIPID and LFT test done. Exercising daily, SGPT increased. Taking ursodeoxycholic

I had my LIPID & LFT tests 30 days back , results were- S.Triglycerides-200.1,VLDL-40.02,indirect bilirubin-0.73,SGPT-61.0 after 30 days my test showed- S.Triglycerides-175.2,VLDL-35.04,indirect bilirubin-0.56,SGPT-87.0 For last 30 days, I have been exercising daily for 1.5 hours in morning which includes brisk walk and skipping, when latest tests were carried out, it was after doing morning exrecises that I went to give sample with a break of 40 minutes. Although my tests show improvement but SGPT has increased, don t understand why so. i was taking Lupricad 160 (30 days)& ursodeoxycholic (10 days)
Asked On : Wed, 9 May 2012
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Hi and thank you so much for this query.

I have taken a look at these results but have the feeling that you have not released all the necessary information that we need to interpret these lab results. What are you taking ursodeoxycholic acid for? .....Is there a disease condition that warrants this medication or was given based on the above findings because I have no clear indication to this. Please, get back to us with more information on any possible disease condition that you are being treated for. I will be glad to respond when a complete and more guiding information is available.

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