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How to reduce GGT, SGOT and SGPT?

By Anonymous February 2, 2016 - 7:59pm
 
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Hi I’m 33 Year Old Men. I will drink 3-4 days in a week around 3-4 large pegs. Last week I’ve done a blood check up around 60 parameters test. Following are the results they highlighted, If you want I can share the PDF file of my result.

TEST NAME TECHNOLOGY VALUE NORMAL RANGE
HDL CHOLESTEROL - DIRECT 32 mg/dl 35-80
GAMMA GLUTAMYL TRANSFERASE (GGT) PHOTOMETRY 86 U/l M: 0 to 55
ASPARTATE AMINOTRANSFERASE (SGOT ) PHOTOMETRY 57 U/l M: 0 to 37

ALANINE TRANSAMINASE (SGPT) PHOTOMETRY 97 U/l M: 13 to 40
CALCIUM PHOTOMETRY 8.7 mg/dl 8.8 - 10.6
LYMPHOCYTES - ABSOLUTE COUNT 3.2 X 103 / μ 1.00- 3.00
BASOPHILS - ABSOLUTE COUNT 0.01 0.02-00.10
MEAN CORP.HEMO.CONC(MCHC) 30.5 g/dL 31.5-34.5
RED CELL DISTRIBUTION WIDTH (RDW-CV) 14.1 % 11.6-14


Please have a look and let me know how to reduce GGT, SGOT and SGPT, is it too high. I’m waiting for your reply.

Thanks in Advance,
Ben


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HERWriter Guide

Hi Anon!

Thanks for your post!

Anon - There are two types of fatty liver disease - one type is related to a history of using alcohol and the other type is not.It sounds like your doctor hasn't provided much information and that you have a lot of questions.

You may need to cut down or eliminate alcohol from your diet.

Here are some resources for more information to better understand what causes this, how it is treated, how it impacts your lifestyle and more.

http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/nonalcoholic-fatty-liver-disease/DS00577

http://www.medicinenet.com/fatty_liver/article.htm

As you will see in the information, treating this condition can be complex and may require a lot of adjustments.

EmpowHER does not provide medical diagnostic advice and we are not able to provide interpretation of your results. The information in the articles should help, and you may also want to check out a site which we like that provides in-depth information about lab test results which is at http://www.labtestsonline.org/
The site includes a section on liver disease.

Without treatment of course liver disease can progress and lead to serious illness. Please talk to your doctor about your particular results and I hope this additional information will give you more peace of mind.

Best,
Susan

February 3, 2016 - 6:22am
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