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my sgot 1548, sgpt 2600, alp 148, ggt 35 iu/l.low blood pressure.what may be the reason?
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replied February 27th, 2017
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The blood reports mentioned here are indicative of liver inflammation, or Hepatitis.

This is a state of inflammation of the liver, which causes the slowing of metabolism.

‎In general some symptoms of liver disease include nausea, vomiting, decreased appetite, ‎indigestion, change in stools, jaundice, itching, etc. ‎
In severe conditions with greater liver dysfunction abdominal distension, swelling of the legs, ‎anorexia, lethargy could be evident. ‎
In cases of infections in the liver, fever, abdominal pain, and discomfort could be present. ‎

The exact cause can be determined with tests - ultrasound, hepatitis Panel (serology for hepatitis viruses) and others as determined by physical examination.

It would be best that you continue to work with your doctors and follow their advice.

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