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SGOT and SPOT is high

Dear All,

I am hepatitis patient and I recently admitted in hospital due to Dengue fever and platelet count came down .....Now platelet count is increased after 3 days but also noticed that increased  SGOT 191 iu/ml SGPT 93 iu/ml from SGOT ( AST )  26  U/L  SGPT ( ALT )   35  U/L from just in 45 days ...

is this due to my dengue fever or any liver damage ?

Please see my Hep results 45 days back          

Hepatitis B core antibody ( Anti - HBC )         10.93  ( Ref range < 1.00 )
Total, serum ( CMIA )

Hepatitis B Surface antigen ; hbsag                14284.08 IU/ML  
quantitative ( CMIA )

Hepatitis B core antibody ( ANTI-HBC ) IGM   0.06  ( Ref range  <1.00 )
SERUM

Hepatitis Be antibody ( Anti -HBe ), serum        0.90  ( Ref Range < 1.0 )
( CMIA )


ALPHA FETRO PROTIEN ( AFT ) test

AFT                3.1 ng/ml  ( ref range < 7 ng/ml )

Liver function test ( LFT )

SGPT ( ALT )               35  U/L             ( Ref range 0 - 40 )
SGOT ( AST )              26  U/L             ( ref range UPTO 40 )
TOTAL PROTIENS      7.4 GM/DL ( ref range 6 - 8 )
ALBUMIN                     4.5 GM/DL         ( ref range 3.5 - 5.2 )
globulin                         2.9 gm/dl                 ( ref range 2.3 - 3.5 )
TOTAL BILIRUBIN       0.9 MG/DL    ( ref range 0.3 - 1.2 )
DIRECT BILIRUBIN     0.3 MG/DL    ( ref range upto 0.2 )
INDIRECT BILIRUBIN  0.6 MG/DL

Sample for HBV DNA is showing 433 IU/ml = 2520 copies /ml
Exponential value            2.5 E+03
Log Value ( Copies/ml )   3.40

Thanks
charan

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Your ALT/AST is not that much elevated to think that you have serious HBV activation, it could be a consequence of the drugs taken to treat the dengue.

Anyway your HBV condition does not need any urgent attention, so my advice is to get your dengue cured first and then  deal with HBV.

But you should let your doctors know that you have hbv.
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