Yes, In liver infection or liver problems sgpt levels will be high. Hence you should maintain proper diet in jaundice, you should reduce or stop taking sour salt and oily foods
you can take bananas, rice kuchidi without oil for few weeks until it reaches normal range.
AAAPKO JAUNDICE HAI AAP KHANE PINE MAI PERHEJ KARE AUR CHILIDONIUM Q 20 DROPS SHUBHS SHAM LE BUT for proper treatment you must do online consultation because homoeopathic treatment need whole case history in detail.
There is definite evidence to say that liver dysfunction is directly related to alcohol consumption, and with ongoing drinking, there can be unusual rise in the liver enzymes as in your case. This condition is called alcoholic hepatitis, and it is usually accompanied with pain in right upper abdomen, yellowness of eyes, fever and liver test abnormalities. Typically, the rise in SGOT is more than that of SGPT. If you have also taken several antibiotics, they may also cause a rise in liver parameters. Also, sometimes super added viral hepatitis can cause liver dysfunction, which can be detected by certain tests. It may be difficult at times to pinpoint the exact cause. However, it is best for you to stop alcohol (if you are consuming it), and get a thorough evaluation done from a liver specialist. Your doctor may recommend certain more blood tests, ultrasound, endoscopy, etc.
Nausea,, vomiting,pain in abdomen,, yellow discoloration of sclera or yellow skin,,yes jaundice is very much curable by proper homoeopathic treatment,,u have to avoid fatty food,,spicy food,,take fruits,,ors,, glucose water,,this will help along with proper homoeopathic treatment
Hi. Diet during Jaundice: -Consume boiled water only. -Most Important is not to take oily and spicy food. -Take rest as much as one can and drink water at least 3 liter a day. -Eat abundance of green leafy vegetables and juice. -Maintain hygiene. -Avoid junk food, pickles, food from outside, sugary food, non-veg soup. Red meat, eggs, fried & oily food, rich food, milk & milk product, dry fruits, tea & coffee, smoke, alcohol, cold drinks, canned food,