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Tests showed high level of GPT, tiredness and dizziness. Any further tests required to know cause of symptoms?

Hi, Doctor I just got my health check report back and it appears that I have a high level of GPT , which is 75 and from the lab report it says 0-50 is the normal range. I also appear to be very tired and dizziness . The dizziness never appear to go away for about 2months already. I will like to know if it because of my GPT level or is there any further tests I need to take to know the cause of the dizziness and unsteadily.
Asked On : Sat, 15 Dec 2012
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Gastroenterologist 's  Response
Thanks for posting your query.
The information you have given is inadequate.
With just SGPT report alone, it is difficult to give a opinion. I presume the rest of the liver function test was normal.
This SGPT report shows only mild increase and it most often is due to fatty liver.
An ultrasound scan of the abdomen may be done to rule out fatty liver.
You can get tests done for other causes as well which include tests for heaptitis B and C viral infections.
I hope that answers your question.
Answered: Tue, 29 Oct 2013
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