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how to lower sgpt and sgot
I had a medical test done recently all the tests were normal except for my    sgpt155 and sgot 70 .how can i get these down ,I do not consume alcohol
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Have you been tested for hepatitis virus. Elevated liver enzymes are often the only symptoms. Please get tested. If you are negative it may be because you have a fatty liver. Or, what drugs do you take on a regular basis. A doctor should be able to  help you figure this out.
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You should have the health of your liver checked out... get all of the hepatitis antibody tests done because that will cause these kinds of test results.

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I have also done hapatitis tests done its negative,as a matter of fact i have done a entire medical tests done and all the tests are normal ,only the sgpt and sgot are elevated
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My "Doc" gave Urdahex - Ursodeoxycholic acid to try to help lower and control liver enzymes .. it seems it is primarily for bile stones , but, is also supposed to help enzyme levels ... Google it , ask your doctor & good luck !
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