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Loss of body weight, WBC count of 8700, high SGOT/SGPT, treatment ?

Hey, I had been diagnosed with HEV on 29th March 2012. Post that i was hospitalised for 5 days. As of today my SGOT/ SGPT is 48/54 and Bilirubin is in normal range. I had taken a CBC on 27/4/2012 and the Haemoglobin is 14.5 while my WBC is 8700 and Platelets are 0000. I have lost a lot of body weight . Is there a problem?
Asked On : Tue, 1 May 2012
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Gastroenterologist, Surgical 's  Response
Weight loss after an attack of infective hepatitis is a known sequelae. You will start gaining weight after the protein synthesis by the liver regains normalcy. Just go on a high carbohydrate, low protein , low fat diet for 3-4 weeks. that will help in quick recovery of all hepatic functions.
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Dermatologist Dr. Pravin Banodkar's  Response
Hello . thanks for using health care magic . I would be pleased to answer your question . Your bloodiest are normal . however your platelet count needs to be corrected . Values written by you are zero . Loss of body weight is something to worry about and needs to be looked into . thanks . Avoiding spicy fried food and eating bland diet should be followed. Take care
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