My LFT results shows all the below components are higher than required.
AST :64 (0-35)
ALT :156 (0-45)
Gamma G.T: 92 (8-61)
Bilirubin direct : 0.34 (0-0.20)
i think i'm in serious trouble here but i just wanted to know
Do i still need to go for GTT,HBsAG and Ultra sound Test?
Viral hepatitis, fatty liver, alcoholic liver disease all can cause elevation in liver enzymes and other liver function tests. It is important to get HBSAg, imaging tests of the liver and gallbladder, such as ultrasound scans or CAT scans or MRI scans done. It would have been really helpful if you had shared more information about your symptoms. A clinical correlation of test results is very important. It is suggested to discuss these test results with your attending doctor to have more idea about your illness. I hope it helps.
Best wishes and regards!
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