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Blood test report on 3.9.18 Blood glucose 119 Urea 38 Creatine 1.1 Uric acid 9.8 S cholesterol 256 Triglyceride 465 Hdl 52 Ldl 119 Vldl 85 SGOT 125 SGPT 125 Blood test report on 24.7.17 Blood glucose 94 Urea 24 Creatine 0.9 Uric acid 6.5 S cholesterol 190 Triglyceride 210 Hdl 46 Ldl 102 Vldl 42 SGOT 24 SGPT 31 What should I do? I do not consume alcohol on regular basis, do not overeat, avoid fast food and sugar. Maintain a fairly active lifestyle. The night before the test I had over eaten and had to wake up quite early. After waking up I was feeling quite nauseous and bloated. Can this cause the abnormal blood report? Body weight is 95 kgs Height is 5.10 Currently doctor has prescribed Atchol F 10 mg daily along with Udiliv 150gm twice daily for 1 month.

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Mr. lybrate-user, Thanks for the query. The report suggests you have developed non alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD or it could be due to alcohol also). WIth a BMI of 30 .06 kgs /Sq Meter (Normal < 23 kgs/Sq met) you have an excess weight of almost 20 kgs. This is the main culprit. I don't know how active you are. Because the weight and BMI do not suggest that. Please clarify what do you mean by "I do not consume alcohol on regular basis" What is the consumption? The whole report is suggestive of obesity, inactivity and alcohol looks to be the cause. Please clarify these points. Thanks.
Take these medicines as advised by your doctor. Control your diet. It should be low calory, low fat, low purine. Avoid saturated fats, trans fats, nonveg,eggs. Exercise regularly specialy aerobics.
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