i was detected with hepatitis E three months back when sgpt was around 235 and bilrubin normal .. it had been continously deccreasing since then till fifteen days back my sgpt came down to 45 .
Today again i tested and found sgpt got elevated to 70 and bilrubin also rose but very minimal,
Please suggest .
Most people with Hepatitis E recover completely. There have been few reports of Hepatitis E with progression to chronic hepatitis and chronic liver disease .It is important to get tests done from the same lab everytime.A clinical correlation of test results is important. For more queries and assistance consult your attending physician. Hope it helped.
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I'm 25 years old & I've much pain in my muscles, shoulder, both arm, back side of chest & joints from last 7 days. Yesterday I go to my doctor & they suggest me to go for blood test( Hemagram) in my blood test:
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