If your sgpt and sgot whatever the 2 liver things show on cbc, were once high and now are normal, I have hep c, does that mean that they recovered?
Possibly. Liver enzymes are evaluated with a panel called a CMP, and individual function tests can be added on A general CBC will not specifically give information about liver function. You can be cautiously optimistic about Hepatitis C remission with normal enzymes, but liver enzymes can also appear normal before they become low as a result of progressive liver failure.
Possibly. What did your fibroscan show? Please stop all advil and ibuprofen which are hard on the liver like alcohol and follow up with your physician for a hepatologist referral(GI specialist) if you qualify for Hep C treatment. Of course, no sharing needles or razors and condom use to prevent spread is also important.
Ultrasound indicates normal size liver but cirohsis. Hep c, no ascietes, no swelling, sgot, sgpt high. Gallstone. Ef heart 40%.What is best option?
Can we Rx hep C? If your hepatitis c can be treated / managed, the cirrhosis is likely to regress some. You'd be doing yourself a favor. If the gallstone is in the gall-bladder & not an issue, you may consider leaving it alone. Talk with your physician about whether your hepatitis c might be infectious to any partner. Be strong and stay proactive. Read more...
74yr old, heart ejection fraction 40%. Hep c n liver cirohsis. Enzyme level high! Sgot is 169 n sgpt is 96. Albumin is 2.52. Pl advice?
What is the problem? The numbers given need to have a context for evaluation; what symptoms do you have? Are these new fluctuations in the numbers, or are they stable? Read more...
How can we reduce sgpt and sgot level if suffering from liver cirohsis and hep c if the patient is not a candidate for interferon etc?
Newer therapy. New therapy is available-one is vitriallis i may have mispselle d this but it causes much fewwer side effects and is better tolerated. Read more...