My recent blood test shows SGPT level 55U/L. Nomal range seems to be 6-42. Can you please suggest me what is the reason behind this.is there any problem in this? How to reduce this? Is the matter serious? please suggest.
I never drink alcohol and never smoke. Is their any possibility of Hepatitis? How about my food habit? Is their any restriction? I never feel any fever or nausea.
My age is 31 and weight is 72Kg. My height is 70 cm. Please give me some suggesstions regarding increase SGPT.
Thanks for your sugesstion. Previously I made mistake. My SGPT level is 63U/L
I am really affraid of my liver condition. No, I did not take any medicine before the test. I never drink alcohol. I also never btake any drugs to reduce the cholesterol level. I am not sure but may be I have a little bit of thyroid problem. Because I feel tremor in my hand when I lift anything. But previously I did the test for thyroid and the result was negative. I never checked my SGOT level before. So, do I need to take test for hepatitis B?
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