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Vomiting. Was given stomach medicine. Ultrasound- normal. Liver function test- sgpt high. What is the severity of disease?

I was having vomiting few times in last few was giving me stomach medicine....then when condition didn't improve I got an ultrasound done which was normal and liver function test in which sgot and sgpt are high. Doctor gave me undelivered 300 tab to have for 3 days....kindly suggest the severity of disease and diet and medication to be taken...?
Asked On : Mon, 1 Apr 2013
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Increase in the liver enzyme suggests of Hepatitis(Inflammation of the liver).

Bilirubin and enzyme levels should be mentioned to assess the extent of liver damage and the severity of the disease.

Follow the medicines and repeat the liver function test after 15 day to check whether the enzyme livers have come down.

Do consult a Gastroenterologist.
Answered: Mon, 8 Jul 2013
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