Reducing Sgpt And Sgot

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Dreamerboy Says:
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My SGPT is 144 and SGOT is 66. I have to reduce it to its normal level within 10 days.
It's my final medical...
Please help what to do..
They told there are some tablets which can reduced it to its normal level.
Please help...I don't Wann a deep out second time...

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Goutam Says:
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I am 42 years of age. Today my blood report has come back and my sgot is 43 and sgpt is 46 and total bilirubin is 0.7. Please advise.

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Use Tab. Udiliv 300 twice daily before meal. 5%Dextrose with Inj. Hepawin 2 ampoule I.V. for 3 days. Take Glucose as much as u can.

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Sarla Says:
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Age 58,AST-88,ALT-74,SAP-135,GAMMA GT-125, what medicine should I take.

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