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My ggt level was 154, AST 39, ALT 64 and bilirubin 12. What went wrong with my result ?

hi i did my blood test last december, end January and last month. in my last december lipid profile, my ggt level was 154, AST 39, ALT 64 and bilirubin 12, then after consuming essensial forte- liver supplement, for two months, my ggt level was 111, alt 64, ast 32 and bilirubin 21. then I kept taking essensial forte and lipitol as my cholesterol was also high - 6.1, the last month my ggt was 116, alt 62, ast 33, and bilirubin 18. what went wrong with my result.
Asked On : Sun, 10 Jul 2011
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Read your prob n see your report. your report shows you has beeen sufferening from chronic liver disorder. so first you have to rule out the cause of it by getting USG, CT abdomen n some other test as per advise of your doc. so discuss it with your doc n start proper treatment. you should start syp liv-liv 10 ml three times a day for 5 month.
Dr Aseem 9982583020
Answered: Sun, 10 Jul 2011
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