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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...

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?

Hepatitis. This is truly a question and answer best evaluated and discussed with your hepatologist and liver specialty group since there might be alternative methods that can be used since there might not be available usage with interferon. Read more...
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...