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How To Reduce Sgpt Naturally
I am 29 yo, Asian female, overweight. Sgpt 95, sgot 44, LDL 148.4, total cholesterol 242, uric acid 9.2 I don't want meds. How to reduce naturally?
See details: You likely already know the answer. Minimize carbohydrates and control portion size. No bread, pasta, sweets, junk or fast food. Watch total calories closely. No snacking between meals. And finally, get off the couch and exercise regularly including aerobics and strength training. There are no pills that can provide motivation. ...Read more
Elevated sgpt: This elevation of sgpt signifies liver inflammation which could be from alcohol excess, viral infection, fatty infiltration, medication side effect, biliary or gall bladder dysfunction, etc. A gastroenterologist or hepatologist is best qualified to evaluate you and answer your question, but in any of the above conditions would take longer than three days to improve enough for the sgpt to normalize ...Read more
My husband is 48 yrs old. His sgpt is 60.Celostrol is 252. How can I reduce both? I am worried for his health.
Need to see doctor: It is your husband who needs to take actions. It would be prudent to have an evaluation by a doctor to ascertain the causes of these abnormalities. In the mean time, he should stop drinking alcohol, lose weight if he is overweight, reduce intake of saturated fats and exercise at least 30 minutes each day. ...Read more
Hi, my Husband SGPT level is 124.how can I reduce the level? Is it very serious conditition, he don't have any other problem.
Need more info: All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. Having said thatDoes the patient drink alcohol? Is he on any medications? Is he overweight? He may need to repeat the test in 3 months after abstaining entirely from alcohol. If he is overweight, he needs to lose weight to get his BMI below 25. ...Read more
My sgpt levels are high for many years it becomes normal when I start diet control and exercise, and when my weight reduces but elevates with wt gain?
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My sgpt is very high. I found out through tests that it is 143 u/l. What should I do? How ro reduce sgpt? I'm 35 years old.
Give it time: Liver tests are non-specific: sgpt, sgot, alk phos, bili. None of them (except ggtp for alcohol) is specific, so we have to follow general guidelines. We start to worry if your test is 2x normal; more worry if 3x nl; and on and on. Most of the time, liver tests normalize if no diagnosis is found (hepatitis, trauma,). Eat a prudent diet, avoid tylenol, (acetaminophen) and retest in 3 months. ...Read more
How can I reduced sgpt. Reading. By taking medicine or by workout which is most effective and fast I don't uae alcohol and sgpt reading is 89?
Incomplete info: Elevated SGPT is a sign of liver disease. A level of 89 is not too high but could still represent liver disease. The treatment had to be directed at the cause of the liver damage. It is not feasible to diagnose the cause without a detailed history, physical examination and may be additional investigation. It would be prudent to discuss the matter with your doctor. ...Read more
I am 24old and I am having alt (sgpt) level at 90% (max is 40%).I used to drink but occusionaly. Now I am doing excersise, it will help to reduce to 40%?
Find cause: You're a young man and your elevated alt/sgpt (not a %, a real number) indicates something wrong that needs to be addressed. You need hepatitis b and c ruled out, along with hemochromatosis, wilson's, autoimmune hepatitis, antytrypsin deficiency and medication effect. Fitness is a great idea especially if ultrasound shows fat in your liver. ...Read more
That is complex: Statins are cholesterol lowering medicines which are effective in reducing ldl (bad cholesterol). In some patients, these drugs can cause liver toxicity which shows up as elevation of alt/sgpt. In such situation there are two choices, reduce dose of statin or by switching to a different statin may be worth a trial. Cholesterol can be lowered by exercise/weight reduction, diet control (no fats in. ...Read more
Liver Disease: More imedical nformation is needed for specicic advice as these tests "may mean liver problems or they may not. For example, elevations of these enzymes can occur with muscle damage. The interpretation of elevated AST and ALT results depends upon the entire clinical evaluation of an individual, and so it is best done by physicians experienced in evaluating liver disease and muscle disease." ...Read more
I have taken bilirubin and sgpt test twice My sgpt was earlier 40 and it reduced to 31 But direct bilirubin has increased and indirect is reduced?
Sgpt is normal.: What was the value of your total bilirubin? No values depending on the lab are 0.3-1.0 mg/dl. If that was normal, no need to worry about indirect or direct. If indirect is high one worries about excessive breakdown of red blood cells (hemolysis)ex bleeding, hemolytic anaemia etc. If direct is elevated, there's concern for liver blockage. ...Read more
Your liver enzymes are mildly elevated. Alcohol intake is the commonest cause. If you drink stop for three months and redo the test. All lab results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the test is usually in the best position to do that. See this site for more info.
http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/elevated-liver-enzymes/my00508. ...Read more
Fatty liver: You can start with decreasing dietary carbohydrates and increasing your daily exercise to 30 at least 5 days a week. One of the more common causes of fatty liver is a diet high in carbohydrates and fats. This means decreasing breads (naans for example) and rice and also fired foods. Good luck. Eat more protein and vegetables. ...Read more
My mother has sgpt of 110 and albumin 3.4.Is it high? If so what should she do to reduce this level?
Sick LIver: First is is mandatory that the cause of this problem be identified. No treatment or other remedy can be recommended without knowing specifically what is causing her liver damage. ...Read more
Min. Liver stress.: Any processes or substances that can stress your liver since it's responsible for making enzymes and breaking down the substances you ingest. Things to limit intake of includes acetaminophen, grapefruit, meat, and alcohol. Otherwise, you can't stop the process but have to ride it through or get treated. ...Read more
Depends: Is you SGPT and SGOT elevated? If yes, then the first order of business is to determine why. If you drink alcohol, stop entirely. If you are overweight, reduce weight and exercise would help in that. Do you have viral infection of the liver - that would need additional tests. It would be prudent to consult your doctor. ...Read more
Workup: Meds, infamously ibuprofen, can do this. If this isn't the explanation, and it's up on repeat testing, you'll get a hepatitis b and c screen, a check for hemochromatosis and wilson's and maybe something else. You may simply have a bit of fat in the liver and for this the best rx is usually getting back to your fitness-focused lifestyle. ...Read more
Find the cause: Let's repeat the SGOT and SGPT in two weeks off all meds that you don't truly need, and off alcohol. Hit the gym while you're waiting. If you're back to normal, good for you -- keep up the changes. If not, it's a workup for treatable, deadly-if-missed illnesses -- hepatitis B, hepatitis C, hemochromatosis, Wilson's, autoimmune hepatitis, NASH. Your physician knows what to do. Best wishes. ...Read more
Sir my sgot and sgpt level is increased over 110 both I never smoke never drink kindly help me how can I reduce it.
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