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I Am Having High Sgpt 90 Sgot 80 What To Eat
Alkaline, direct test AST (sgot)and ALT (sgpt) high levvel its test report so what we do. And what we eat.
Comply: Glad you're off meds. No alcohol either. The level of ast that you give is actually okay for some men, especially of african descent, and it may be fine. You'll get checked for hepatitis b and c, wilson's, hemochromatosis, autoimmune hepatitis. This would be a great time to get back into a fitness-focused lifestyle. Best wishes. ...Read more
Blood report tells SGPT - 68 U/L (N:5 - 35) SGOT - 29 U/L (N: 0 - 38). I eat fish everyday, suspect high mercury. Should I do hepatitis test?
No: Watch for few wks. It may be a lab error......some minor medication effect, if worsens....hepatitis is reasonable. ...Read more
Find cause: Elevated liver enzymes are indicators of disease, not something to be treated by themselves. Your physician will rule in/out alcohol, medication effect, viral / immune hepatitis, hemochromatosis, Wilson's and a few others. All are treable but deadly if neglected. If you're free of these, the key may simply be more aerobic exercise. ...Read more
Not too high, but:
Not normal either.
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. Talk to the doctor who ordered the tests. Having said that, if you drink alcohol, stop entirely, discuss any medications you take with your doctor.
Wish you good health! - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
Yes: Elevated SGOT and SGPT are indicators of liver cell damage and can be elevated in many liver diseases, including hepatitis. Depending on how elevated they are, it would be important to confirm the presence of liver disease and to further define the type of disease, possibly through a liver biopsy. ...Read more
Workup: If two weeks off med and alcohol doesn't drop them to normal, you should be screened for hepatitis b and c, hemochromatosis, wilson's, antitrypsin deficiency, and autoimmune hepatitis. All are treatable and are likely to kill you if missed. If none are present, a new lifestyle focused on aerobic fitness may be just the thing to make you feel fantastic and get those liver enzymes in the good range. ...Read more
To give you a good and valid answer I would need more information. But, in general these are relatively normal and common results and I would not raise a red flag yet. I would ask my patient if there any toxic things they are ingesting such as too much tylenol, (acetaminophen) iron or alcohol.
But this is nothing to lose sleep over yet. ...Read more
Food not enough but: These are very high levels. You need to find out why your liver enzymes are so high- most likely you have hepatitis- if type a it is self-limited. It could be due to toxins (including alcohol) as well. A healthy diet may help but is probably not enough to get these normal. Eat lots of organic fruits and vegetables, avoid all alcohol, fried foods & gmo foods. Herbs & IV vit c drips may help too. ...Read more
My sgpt and sgot level are high 83 & 75 respectively. What should be my diet I m indian vegiterian person?
My son has a high sgpt of 67. 11according to the result the normal is 10-35. He has also a high sgot of 45.79. And the normal range ia between 15-40.
Elevated LFT: Elevated lft have various causes including viral hepatitis, genetic condition and even more ominous condition. However the most common cause of elevated lft is fatty liver. You should see your doctor for a full confirmation, but here is more on fatty liver: http://www. Laendo. Net/english/fatty-liver-75894941. ...Read more
Elevated liver funct: I can't say there is a cure for elevated liver functions, but we can treat the condition. First of all we need to find out the cause. You need to see your physician for a comprehensive history and physical exam, history of exposure to toxin, infections, drug history, diet history. You may need to have a liver US and maybe a fallow up liver CT. ...Read more
No: In general, smoking is not the cause of elevated liver enzymes. In your medical history I see you have a diagnosis of fatty liver. That is the likely cause of elevated liver enzymes. Other things to consider include infectious hepatitis, alcohol, toxins, tumors, and bile duct abnormalities. ...Read more
Serious disease: These labs mean nothing by themselves. I am going to assume the person is sick and that the cause is not obvious. I am also going to assume that an extreme athletic effort or shock has not caused liver ischemia. If this is not alcoholic hepatitis and tests for acute hepatitis B and C are non-revealing, then medication hepatitis (famously, a fake-labeled "herbal remedy") must be considered. ...Read more
Possibly fatty liver: Triglycerides are very long chains of repeated fatty acid molecules, that are intermediary products of fat and carbohydrate metabolism. They function as building blocks for various parts of the cell. When they are elevated, it may be genetics, diet, fat intake, or overweight condition all at play. Alt & ast are liver enzymes. In this case, the most likely meaning is fatty liver. ...Read more
This is serious: Your history of fever, malaise, aches, and yellow skin and eyes tells me you have hepatitis from some cause. It may be allergy to a medication you took, a viral infection, or a serious illness such as hemochromatosis or Wilson's. Your physician knows how to do the workup. ...Read more
What is the effect of high sgpt and sgot in the blood. Is there any danger. What are the food habits to be followed to reduce them?
Stop drinking EtOH: Sgpt (alt) & SGOT (ast) are transaminases that signal liver cell disease. There are many reasons for same--including viral infections, toxic exposures, drug overdoses, shock, metabolic problems, infiltrative processes, familial liver diseases, more. The single best thing you can do food-wise right now is stop all alcohol ingestion. The most important thing is to see your doctor now & get evaluated. ...Read more
Help! High Bilirubin TotalProtein 7.5g/dL Albumin4.7g/dL Globulin2.8g/dL A/G Ratio1.7 Bilirubin, total 2.1 mg/dL AlkalinePhosphatase 122U/L SGPT/ALT 27U/L SGOT/AST 29U/L?
Depends on cause:
Elevated liver enzymes reflect liver cell injury and the consquences depend on the cause. It may due to self-limited viral infection, alochol intake, side effect of drugs, result of chronic hepatitis etc. See this site for more info.
http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/liver-problems/ds01133. ...Read more
Liver function tests: Alt and ast, prior noted as SGOT and sgpt, are part of a group of enzyme known as transaminases. They rise if something is inflaming the liver, such as a viral illness, mononucleosis, alcohol toxic effects, obesity or diabetes causing fatty infiltration in liver, adverse drug effects from a variety of medications... ...Read more
My father is having high sgpt and sgot level please let me know what can be the causes and what can be the cure?
Does being a night shift worker have an effect on my high sgpt sgot level. I had a sgot level of 51 and sgpt of 151?
No: Shift work has no effect on levels of these liver enzymes. ...Read more
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