I have went for some blood work and was told i had an elevated GGT, and told to refrain from alcohol for 4-6 weeks, on the:
22/3/10 ggt was 179 alt/sgpt 84
3/6/10 ggt 107 alt/sgpt 63
23/6/10 ggt 77 alt/sgpt 39
26/7/10 ggt 84 alt/sgpt 52
The last result is the one which i was annoyed with because it has spiked this is still being alcohol free, i am a smoker about 15-20 per day would drink coffee 2 cups per day was told coffee should be ok and help to lower, also 2 litres of water per day i have recently 13/9/10 had an upper abdomen ultrasound which covered liver, kidneys, spleen and pancreas. no gallstones were seen either. would you have any ideas on how i can lower my GGT. all my ultrasound tests were normal
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