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What medicine should I take for high liver enzyme?

Hi, I have fatty liver and my liver is high on enzyme production. So I'm on a strict diet and avoid oil in any form. I'm down with fever from the past 3 days due to severe cold & flu and very skeptical to take any tables thinking it may affect my liver. I'm 32 years old and weigh 65 kilos. Can you please advise?
Asked On : Fri, 14 Mar 2014
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Hi thanks for your query.fatty liver is an indication of liver disorder in an early reversible is associated with elevated enzymes when complicated by infection of liver- HEPATITIS.....THE DIETARY MEASURES WHICH YOU ARE FOLLOWING CURRENTLY UPTO TO MARK.ALSO THERE SHOULD BE COMPLETE CESSATION OF ALCOHOL INTAKE IF ANY...YOU NEED TO GET TESTED FOR hbsag a liver infectious antigen +ultrasound of the liver to narrow the diagnosis.consult an expert hematologist.thank you
Answered: Thu, 26 Jun 2014
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