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Suffering with elevated liver enzymes, ultrasound should mild hepatomegaly. What treatment should be taken?

sir i am 22year old boy ,,i am suffering from elevated liver enzymes sgot , sgpt . my current state of these enzymes are 104 and 138 respectively..i had a sono grapy lastweek ,mild hepatomegaly was also diagnosed in sonography...and my sgot and sgpt lies between 110 to 90 and 160 to 140 respectively fro last 4months... sir plz give a correct advise for curing this...hope for positive ans soon....... my imail id is YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Tue, 24 Jul 2012
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Thanks for posting your query.

There may be viral hepatitis in you. I am not sure if you have got your HbsAg test done. If not, please get it done.

The values of SGOT and SGPT are not significant unless they are increased to more than threefold the normal range.

However, there is mild hepatomegaly too. Get a complete liver function test done and urine routine as well.

The treatment will depend on the underlying cause.

Hope this helps.

Answered: Tue, 24 Jul 2012
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