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Pain under the ribs. Blood reports show high cholesterol, abnormal LFT values. prescribed Live52. Suggestions?

hi one month ago i felt pain under right rib i went to doctor he given me ppi with metrinadozole and asked for lab investigations ,my cholestrole is 213, triglyceride is 150, hdl 44, ldl 139 hep b and c is negative bilirubin total=0.9mg/dl bilirubin direct=0.2mg/dl,alkaline phos=11.u/ml.sgpt=40.,gama gt=120 Abdomin altrasound is normal Bp is 130-39/85-95 ECG is Normal now im using live 52 DS OD rosuvistatin 10mg OD alprazolam 0.25 OD now what should i do and is adthis drugs are right.
Asked On : Thu, 31 Jan 2013
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Hi thanks for your question.
Your have got your investigated and almost all your investigations are normal except slight increase in cholestrol and diastolic blood pressure is slightly high.
The drug prescribed to you are right and you continue your drugs as prescribed to you by your treating physicion.Mantain a healthy life style.
Hope this answers your question.
Answered: Fri, 1 Feb 2013
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