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High Level og SGPT, SGOT
Hi, i am 40 years of age. recently during routine check up i found SGOT 95 & SGPT 63 cholesterol 250. i am moderate drinker, weekly 4 pegs., food mostly non-oily limited qty, non veg with no red meat, weight 67 for 5'6" height. I suffered from severe Jaundice, fatty liver at the age of 8. After that i never had problem but i suffer from chronic acidity, not severe, can be controlled with gelusil or occasional ranitidine 150. Otherwise i am healthy, active, fit compare to many others of my age and no problem from health. Pl advice, how severe this findings are, how can i reduce these values without changing my lifestyle & habits much. Any exercise or therapeutic medicines without side affects  which may help this. Thanks in anticipation.
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Hello and hope you are doing well.

Understand your predicament. But please post this query in the appropriate forum, you will get a better feedback.

Your liver enzymes could be raised due to fatty liver changes. Fatty liver can be due to alcoholism when it is called Alcoholic fatty liver disease and the other one is Non alcoholic fatty liver disease, which is due to obesity, diabetes and high triglyceride levels. This can progress to cirrhosis of the liver and can be associated with hepatocellular carcinoma. So, prevention or cure is by avoiding alcohol and treating diabetes, obesity and high triglyceride levels.

Hope this helped and do keep us posted.
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