Medicine For Sgpt And Sgot Levels

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Tushar Says:
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Please tell me the medicine name which can normalize my sgpt / sgot levels in a week?



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hari Says:
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Is there a medicine for sgpt levels of 112 & sgot levels of 113?

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rinku Says:
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My sgot is 46 & sgpt is 90 or globulin is 3.9 or a/g ratio 1.051 or alkaline phosphatase 340, total cholesterol 175 or hdl 52 or vldl 34 or ldl 89 or trigly 170. I am using liver fit capsules daily 2 times & lipvas 10 at night. Please help.

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nelson Says:
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For medical purpose coz my sgpt is too high

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Sushil Says:
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My father is 73 years old. In recent testing we found out that his sgpt level was 58 and sgot level was 43, which is high. He is anemic and has a fever that comes around once a day. Kindly advise medicine to control this. Thank you.

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raj Says:
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My shot is 90 n sgot is 48 wat medicine I should take my age is 37

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Asad ali Says:
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Tenofo b .....tablets .....i used this and now alhamdullelah my liver is fit now......

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SHEIKH Says:

I took Sovadi for 6 months... My Sgpt is normal when using Sovadi, but after 1 year of treatment, my Sgpt is high again (at 98). Please advise.

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RAMESH Says:
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I am 41 years old, my sgpt is 86 and sgot is 50. Please suggest me the best medicine for my liver to make these levels normal.

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Ebin Says:
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I checked my sgpt and sgot. My sgpt is 81 and sgot is 39. After 15 days I have a medical test in Kuwait. Can you please recommend which medicine I have to try now? I'm following a diet of vegetables only. Please reply.

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