I am 35 years old male, non smoker, very rarely drink alcohol. Recently I had visited doctor for routine physical checkup. Everything look normal except SGPT = 513 U/L and SGOT = 193 U/L . So doctor suspected about liver function and ordered Ultra sonic test. Everything came normal in this test, kidney and liver has normal limits and nothing wrong. I still claim that I have very healthy food habits. I do not have any pain or unhealthy symptoms like vomiting / nausea etc. Doctor is trying to take blood samples again.
Please help me to conclude anything else causing these levels high?
Typically a hepatitis panel is one of the first things done to rule out viral hepatitis. There are a number of cause of elevated liver enzymes. I got this from Mayo Clinic
From the Mayo Clinic
More common causes of elevated liver enzymes include:
* Certain prescription medications, including statin drugs used to control cholesterol
* Hepatitis A
* Hepatitis B
* Hepatitis C
* Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease
* Over-the-counter pain medications, including acetaminophen (Tylenol, others)
Other causes of elevated liver enzymes may include:
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