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I Had high fever for 4 days after blood test spgt count came to 121 why there was fever and how to reduce sgpt level and after how much time should I get tested again to check sgpt levels?

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Pune
Liver-healthy diet involves lowering salt intake, eating more carbohydrates, and cutting down on protein consumption Excess salt can worsen liver damage. Processed foods, such as those that come in a can or frozen package, have lots of sodium, so it is best to avoid these. Check the labels on any packaged foods before you offer them to your loved one. You might also consider using a salt substitute .Consider joining rehabilitation programs or consult a counselor FOR MEDICATION CONSULT ONLINE IN PRIVATE after months you can test again.
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Hi, Total bilirubin shows elevated in blood result. Liver function test is in normal range, did ultra sound scanning, also all good. Could you please advise me what should I do next.

BHMS, PGDPC, MS (Psychology)
Homeopath, Nashik
Hi, Total bilirubin shows elevated in blood result. Liver function test is in normal range, did ultra sound scanning,...
Don't worry Take Homeopathic medicine for Best results 1) Chelidonium Q see the results and contact me for follow up.
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I had got the liver function test. Below are the symptoms. Bilirubin total :1.45 Bilirubin direct: 0.26 Bilirubin indirect: 1.19 Vitamin B12: 158 25-HYD vitamin D: 19.8 Abdominal pain in the body Is this a concern? Why did I get this? How do I bring it to normal level?

M.D. Consultant Pathologist, CCEBDM Diabetes, PGDS Sexology USA, CCMTD Thyroid, ACDMC Heart Disease, CCMH Hypertension, ECG
Sexologist, Sri Ganganagar
Indirect bilirubin increased vit b12 and vit d3 decreased. Please send full lft. Accordingly I will give you treatment.
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Hi sir, Please suggest in my LFT reports some variations are there sgot sgpt GGT values are high No history of jaundice or any hepatitis. Only am having thyroid tsh 6.5. Is there Any treatment for high LFT and TSH?

MBBS, CCEBDM, Diploma in Diabetology, Diploma in Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics, Cetificate Course In Thyroid Disorders Management (CCMTD)
Endocrinologist, Dharwad
lybrate-user ji, Thanks for the query. I have seen the details given, from which I learn that TSH is in the sub-clinical hypothyroidism range and LFT values are high (no details given). Usually sub-clinical hypothyroidism is not treated unless a patient has troublesome symptoms associated with that condition. Since you have not given any values of liver enzymes, there is no way to comment. Regarding thyroid please let me know if there are any associated symptoms. Thanks.
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My GGT is 176. SGOT is 54 and SGPT is 72. Is it danger? Am I having any hepatitis b. I had taken paracetamol the day before that I gave my bills samples. Does that have any effects on reports?

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
Your liver enzymes are on the higher side and it signifies that you have active infection and take care not to drink alcohol
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Iron Deficiency Anemia - Know All About It!

MD - Acupuncture, Diploma In Accupuncture, Advanced Diploma In Accupuncture
Acupuncturist, Delhi
Iron Deficiency Anemia - Know All About It!
What is Iron deficiency anemia?

Iron deficiency anemia is a common type of anemia. It is a condition in which blood lacks adequate healthy red blood cells that carries oxygen to the body s tissues.

Symptoms of Iron deficiency anemia-

Extreme fatigue
Pale skin
Weakness
Shortness of breath
Trouble concentration
Headache
Dizziness or lightheadedness
Smooth, sore tongue
Cold hands and feet
Irritability
Inflammation or soreness of your tongue
Brittle nails
Fast heartbeat
Poor appetite
Crawling feeling in your legs

Causes of Iron deficiency anemia-

Lack of iron in your diet
Blood loss
An inability to absorb iron
Pregnancy

Risk factors of Iron deficiency anemia-

Infants and children
Being women
Vegetarians
Frequent blood donors

Complications of Iron deficiency anemia-

Growth problems
Rapid or irregular heartbeat
Heart failure
Premature births
Low birth weight babies
Diagnosis of Iron deficiency anemia-

Diagnosis of Iron deficiency anemia involves the following tests:

Endoscopy
Colonoscopy
Ultrasound
Precautions & Prevention of Iron deficiency anemia-

Eat iron-rich foods
Eat foods containing vitamin C to enhance iron absorption
Feed your baby breast milk or iron-fortified formula for the first year
Treatment of Iron deficiency anemia

Homeopathic Treatment of Iron deficiency anemia
Acupuncture & Acupressure Treatment of Iron deficiency anemia
Psychotherapy Treatment of Iron deficiency anemia
Conventional / Allopathic Treatment of Iron deficiency anemia
Surgical Treatment of Iron deficiency anemia
Dietary & Herbal Treatment of Iron deficiency anemia
Other Treatment of Iron deficiency anemia
Homeopathic Treatment of Iron deficiency anemia-

Homeopathic Treatment of Iron deficiency anemia stimulates the healthy portion of bone marrow to improve cell production. This may help to reduce the number of blood transfusions. It is also helpful in controlling bleeding disorder associated with anemia. Some of the homeopathic remedies used for treatment of iron deficiency anemia are:

Fer P
Ars alb
Calc P
Phos
Lach
Helon

Acupuncture & Acupressure Treatment of Iron deficiency anemia-

Acupuncture has the ability to benefit iron levels in the blood. Acupuncture upregulates serum ferritin and decreases TIBC (total iron binding capacity). Ferritin is an intracellular protein that stores, releases and transports blood iron. TIBC is a lab test that measures the body s ability to bind iron with transferrin, iron-binding blood plasma glycoproteins.



Conventional / Allopathic Treatment of Iron deficiency anemia

Allopathic Treatment of Iron deficiency anemia involves the following medications:

Medications, such as oral contraceptives
Antibiotics
Your doctor may recommend:

Iron tablets on an empty stomach
Iron tablets with vitamin C to improve the absorption of iron
Surgical Treatment of Iron deficiency anemia-

Surgical Treatment of Iron deficiency anemia involves the surgery to remove a bleeding polyp, a tumor or a fibroid.

Dietary & Herbal Treatment of Iron deficiency anemia-

Eat iron rich foods such as Beans , spinach, eggs, Dried fruit, such as raisins and apricots
When eating iron-rich vegetables, add lime or lemon juice to them
Avoid drinking coffee, tea or any caffeinated beverages during meals
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Liver Transplant Surgery - Situations Where Is It Required!

M. Ch., FEBS, MBBS, MS - General Surgery
Liver Transplant Surgeon, Delhi
Liver Transplant Surgery - Situations Where Is It Required!
A liver transplant surgery is a procedure by the virtue of which the doctors remove the liver in that cases where it becomes non-functional or does not function appropriately. In this process, the malfunctioning liver is substituted with the healthy liver obtained from a living donor.

Liver transplant surgery has been performed in the medicine for more than 30 years and it has been observed that this surgery is successful and the patients who undergo liver transplant are able to live healthy lives.
Liver transplant is usually performed in the cases where the liver failure could not be treated by other alternative medical treatments available and cancerous conditions. There can be either acute liver failure or chronic liver failure. The Liver transplantation is more often performed in order to treat the chronic ailments.

In Adults

In the cases of adults, one of the major causes of getting liver transplantation done is liver cirrhosis. Cirrhosis is a medical condition where there is a gradual deterioration of liver and severe chronic illness may lead to malfunctioning of the liver.
The blood flow across the liver can be blocked due to the dominance of the scar tissue over healthy tissue.
There can also be other reasons for cirrhosis which include the attack of viruses like hepatitis B and C, the alcoholic liver disease due to excess intake of alcohol, increase in the fat proportion in the liver, Autoimmune disorders of liver or you can say, hereditary diseases such as hemochromatosis and Wilson s disease.
When the alcohol intake increases rapidly, then the patients do need a liver transplant but if the person controls the intake of alcohol, then improvements can be observed significantly and the patients may even survive for a long time even without getting the transplant done. But in certain cases, even after abstaining from alcohol, the damage is untreatable and healthy liver tissue cannot be restored, in such cases, liver transplant becomes a compulsion.
In children

In the case of children, biliary atresia is the most prominent reason for the liver transplant surgery. It is a very rare condition wherein the bile duct that connect the liver and the small intestine is either blocked or absent in newborn babies. Hence, the function of bile ducts, i.e. removal of bile juice from the liver gets hampered and obstructed bile leads to cirrhosis. The digestion of the food could not be carried out properly.
There can be several other reasons for liver transplantation such as the cancer in the liver or benign tumors that can be present in the liver. When a patient suffers from liver cirrhosis, the chances of acquiring the primary cancer increase by multiple times. The likelihood increases furthermore in those patients who have liver disorders along with hepatitis B. Mostly, after liver transplant surgery, patients are able to live their life normally, but if the cancer starts spreading to other body parts from the liver, then liver transplantation is not the solution.
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Hi, I have eat 60 tablets of liv 52 ds for fatty liver but elevated alt and ast are not normal now so I have to eat more liv 52 ds or not any side effect of liv 52 ds tablets.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Pune
The normal treatment for fatty liver disease, whether it's alcohol-related or not, is to work toward a healthy weight through diet and exercise. Things you're likely to see on the table that you should reach for include: Fish ,Fruits,Grains,Nuts,Olive oil,Vegetables The Right Fats Omega-3 fatty acids are found in fish, fish oil, vegetable oils, nuts (especially walnuts), flaxseeds and flaxseed oil, and leafy veggies. Monounsaturated fats are plentiful in plant sources, like olives, nuts, and avocados. Steer clear (avoid)of saturated fats, though. Eat less meat and fewer dairy products. Avoid baked goods and fried foods made with palm or coconut oils. Raw garlic may improve insulin resistance and help your body break down fats. Green tea, in experimental models, lowered weight gain, body fat levels, insulin resistance, and more. But it hasn't been tested in people yet. Goji berry (wolfberry), a plant often used in Chinese medicine, may slim your waist size. Resveratrol, which comes from the skin of red grapes, can help control inflammation. Conflicting studies suggest its effectiveness is related to how much you take. Selenium is a mineral found in Brazil nuts, tuna, and oysters. (Most people get enough in their diet.) Choose Your Carbs Complex carbohydrates, such as those with a lot of fiber, are safer Alcohol You shouldn't drink at all now if your fatty liver disease was caused by heavy drinking. It can lead to even more serious liver damage. If you have NAFLD, it's probably okay to have a drink once in a while, but not more than every other month. FOR MEDICATION CONSULT ONLINE IN PRIVATE
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My liver size is 17. 2 cm. My height is 5 ft 10 inch. Have simple small cyst measuring 14 mm on right lobe. There is no mass or focal lesion on intrahepatic biliary radicles and hepatitis veins. And is normal. Gallbladder in good shape with no calculus or sludge. And All other organs no issues found as per abdomen usg. They say as per my height the liver size is Normal. The liver enzymes are in normal range. But bilirubin is 1.8 and my serum cholesterol is 296. One year ago it used to be 2.02 and 326 respectively. 2 months back I stopped whey protein consumption and my bowl movements normalized. Used to have two movements per day before that. Looks like when I stopped whey protein, figures started to get better. Also my stool colour used to be pale few months back and mostly shapeless. Now its better but gets occasional floating stools, infering impaired fat digestion. Stool colour improved but still not as dark as it used to be.  Wondering if the reason for high lipid and bilirubin could be due to block in ducts leading from liver to gall bladder. I appreciate a cause based treatment rather than symptom suppressing. Thank you.

MD-General Medicine, D.M, Gastroenterology & Hepatology
Gastroenterologist, Ahmedabad
Whey protein can cause gas, bloating and informed stools If you are not exercising enough to and consuming too much whey protein then you may put on weight, You have to cut down on sugar (sweet) carbohydrate intake, and reduce fat intake also to get improvement in lipid reports Continue exercising well and eat a healthy balanced diet.
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Hi, Is fatty liver disease completely curable? If the sgot and sgpt levels are high, will we be able to lead a normal life? Is it completely curable?

MD-General Medicine, D.M, Gastroenterology & Hepatology
Gastroenterologist, Ahmedabad
Hi, Is fatty liver disease completely curable? If the sgot and sgpt levels are high, will we be able to lead a normal...
It is curable You need to reduce carbohydrates and fat intake Exercise regularly Check you lipid profile and thyroid levels It can be reversed with persistent efforts.
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