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Lowered SGPT and SGOT levels after taking Hepamerz and Ursocol. Continue medicine?

Namaste!! i am from nepal before my SGPT AND SGOT was high and i took two medice HEPAMERZ AND URSOCOL twice a day but now my SGPT AND SGOT is coming in balance i.e 76 and 40 respectively. should i continue medicene or not? or i can quit medicene ?? can SGPT and SGOT now will come between 3-42 without medicene ?? what types of diet should i have to take ?? please help me ...
Asked On : Sun, 7 Oct 2012
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Cardiologist 's  Response
Glad that the tests are showing improvement.
But we do not know why they were impaired to start with?
There are several reasons - Hepatitis virus, gall bladder, alcohol, fatty liver, medicines - the list is long.
As a minimum, have tests for viral infections, an USG (ultra sound scan).
Avoid medications unless prescribed by your doctor.
The chances are the levels will come down - even without medicines. Hepamerz is non-specific herbal preparation shown to be beneficial in some. The other one is bile acid, useful in some circumstances.
There is no specific diet - avoid overweight. Take balanced diet as usual
Good luck
Answered: Sun, 7 Oct 2012
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General & Family Physician Dr. Das Arindam's  Response
Sep 2012
Hi, welcome to HCM, I am Dr. Das
First of all, though the level of SGOT is become normal but the sgpt is still high.
My opinion is dont stop the medicine continue it . Check the levels after 1 month.
You have to avoid rich diet.
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