hello, doctor, i don't know to do. i have many year with this problem. i have symptoms of bone pain , brain weaknes,heart weaknes. and mostly those symtoms i feel when i urinate, , i made the analysis and them came out good except the sgpt 48 and sgot 40. are related these symptoms with these high rate,, and what would i take to improve, please repsond me
Hi, persistently elevated liver enzymes could be an indication for liver biopsy. This is planned after correlating with imaging studies, clinical symptoms and other blood tests. Elevated levels can occur with liver disease, but other causes for the enzyme elevation could be muscle disease or injury. Some medications can also raise these levels. Discuss these options with your consulting doctor. Regards.
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