i m kamal my sgpt level and sgot level is increased for last one years.i was drink the alchoal 180ml per day for last 5 years and i was suffering the gas, and acidity problem for last one years,my last liver function test is show my sgpt level is 236 and sgpt level is 115,now i have take a medicine for md doctor,my question is sgpt and sgot damages is reversible in liver or no,sir kindly suggest me the right answer i am very confuse for that problem
Normal values for SGOT is 0-35 and SGPT is 4-36. The enzymes spill into the blood when the liver cells are damaged. The enzymes will revert back to normal range, if the insult to the liver is controlled. So, avoid alcohol and take the medications prescribed by your doctor. And recheck the values after 4 weeks.
Was GGT done? Normal value for Glutamyl Ttansferase (GGT) is 8-38. GGT can be used to screen for chronic alcohol abuse (it will be elevated in about 75% of chronic drinkers). Sometimes it may be used to monitor for alcohol use and/or abuse in people who are receiving treatment for alcoholism or alcoholic hepatitis.
Normal Blood pressure range is Systolic BP: 90-139 mmHg, Diastolic BP: 60-89 mm Hg and Pulse rate: 60- 99 beats/min. Your values are marginally raised. You can begin with good lifestyle measures to control Hypertension. They help to reduce blood pressure. Follow this protocol; Exercise regularly. Avoid those foods which are high in oil content. Eliminate alcohol, stop smoking and avoid caffeinated beverages and spicy food. Practice relaxation techniques and avoid becoming over anxious and to Enjoy a Stress free Life. Follow up with your doctor to re check your values.
kindly suggest me i have suffering from heavy gastric problem for last three years.i was treating for allopathic and homeopathic doctors but not coming good results. i have eat ocid-d capsules for last one years on regular basis.
but problem is same as that in my body. i am a fit person and join regular exersize group
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