When your bilirubin levels were high did you get investigated for hepatitis profile? High levels of SGOT and SGPT can be seen in liver diseases and muscle diseases. Chronic hepatitis C infection can cause mildly elevated liver enzymes. Acute liver disease will cause a marked rise in liver enzymes. Fatty liver can also cause minimal elevation of liver enzymes. The interpretation of elevated AST and ALT levels depends upon the entire clinical evaluation of an individual. It is suggested to consult a doctor and get evaluated. I hope it helps.
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