I am 31 yrs old resident of India. I am a non vegetarian, smokes 2 cigarette a day and used to drink 90ml Alcohol daily. Recently went for a complete check up and found that my Cholestrol levels are high (260). HDL - 34, LDL - 164, Triglycerides - 300, LDL/HDL ratio - 7.6, SGPT - 54 and SGOT - 28.
The doctor prescribed be Ezevas 10mg, Zyloric, Neucobal Forte and Alcoliv for one month.
I was told by my friend that consuming Ezevas for lowering cholestrol is not good for lever. I would like to have your opinion on this and how to get out of this elevated SGPT. Also how can I become normal without taking any medicine.
Today again I checked for Hepatitis B and proved negative.
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