I am 23 years old and I live in India. About two months back I was diagonised to have jaundice and at that time my blood report said Serum Bilirubin (Total):4.0, Serum Bilirubin(Direct):1.50,
Serum Bilirubin(Indirect):2.50, SGPT/ALT:1791.8,
I was advised complete rest and was given Liv52 as a liver medicine. At that time, I was had fever (102 F) and general weakness but no vomitting. My next report showed Serum Bilirubin (Total):7.5, Serum Bilirubin(Direct):3.2,Serum Bilirubin(Indirect):4.3, SGPT/ALT:751. Again I was advised rest and a low fat diet.After a month of complete rest, now I felt much better with no fever and no pain my blood report indicated improvement with the readings as Serum Bilirubin (Total):2.10, Serum Bilirubin(Drt):1.10,Serum Bilirubin(Indrt):1.0,SGPT/ALT:423, SGOT/AST: 255. During this month I had also undergone the tests for Hepatitis B which came out to be negative. The specialist suggested that it might be a viral infection. Again I was advised complete bed rest and low fat diet. After 10 days, there was a different picture in my blood reports, though my bilirubin had gone down to 1.5(0.6+0.9) my SGOT had risen to 373 and my SGPT to 517. At this time I had no other complain other that mild indigestion and was feelin healthy, but the specialist still advised rest and another blood test after 7-8 days. In this blood test my SGOT had risen to an alarming 482(and 502 in the next) and SGPT to 711(1082in next)bilirubin:1.2.This was very disturbing as physically I am feeling fine.What can be the prob? I need to join work frm 5th to keep it. HELP
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