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Having High SGOT(AST),SGPT(ALT) & Thyroid
Hi Am having High SGOT(AST),SGPT(ALT) & Thyroid

SGOT (AST) - Serum  => 61.9           (Ranges 5 - 40)
SGPT (ALT) - Serum  => 156.5          (Ranges 5 - 40)
TSH  - Serum            => 7.67            (Ranges 0.27 - 4.20)
Cholestrol / HDL Ratio - Serum  - 4.9  (Ranges 0 - 4.5)

Rest of the Tests are within the Ranges.. Can you pl suggest what may be the cause. (My liquor intake is not high)
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Hello and hope you are doing well.

As the TSH levels are raised, it may indicate hypothyroidism, you may need thyroxine supplementation. The SGOT and SGPT levels are elevated in liver disorders. Besides this they are also elevated in conditions like muscle injury and sometimes due to medications. If you do not have symptoms of liver disease like jaundice, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain and fever, I would advise you to wait for now and repeat the test after four weeks to see how the levels are progressing. In the meantime you can stop alcohol intake.

Hope this helped and do keep us posted.
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thanks Dr Anitha.. Appreciate your input..

I had ligament tear (ACL reconstruct Last year) but do not have any other symptoms like jaundice, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain and fever

i'll go with the same tests after 4-6 weeks

Thanks again for your suggestions
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