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SGPT and SGOT reduced, cholesterol increased, betacap, roseday 5mg, PCOD patient

sgpt and sgot levels were sgpt 90 & sgot 48. the level of cholesterol was234. SGPT & SGOT reduced now to62 &40but cholesterol increasedto 290.Tablet UDIZIA and Tablet BETACAP was taken.Doctor suggested to take tablet ROSEDAY 5mg. two and half years ago SGPT &SGOT were high after delivery .Then reduced.But now again increased. Iam also a PCOD patient.Iused to have Tablet TRAPIC MP when bleeding doesnot stop.All these are taken according to doctors advice.Is there any relation between PCOD,SGPT &SGOT, CHOLESTEROL?
Asked On : Mon, 28 May 2012
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Welcome to Healthcaremagic.

Yes, PCOD has relation to the cholesterol as it causes weight gain due to insulin resistance.The cholesterol inturn has effect on liver causing the liver enzymes to rise.

The conditions and the blood reports you presented above are interrelated .The medications you are taking are specific and do continue on then as they are very effective and helpful.

Wish you good health.
Answered: Tue, 29 May 2012
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