A 43-year-old male asked:
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i have high sgpt of 66, while normal sgot&gamma-gt and i have no hepatitis a, b, or c & no liver disease and no std's, it is due to atihypertensive drugs?

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Dr. Ed Friedlander
43 years experience Pathology
Likely: I trust that hemochromatosis and wilson's were ruled out. You might get ultrasounded for fatty liver and/or recommended to increase your level of fitness. This is not especially high -- some healthy folks fall here -- and if your physican is not concerned, i would not be either.
Answered on Apr 15, 2015
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