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hi, i have done my Liver function test. below is my report. could you please tell me what is happening to my liver. and what should i do to make my liver normal so that my SGTP report comes within the limits.
PS: i have never drink alcohol. i have not sugar problem, no thyroid problem.

in brackets showing normal reference values as given by the Lab.

Liver Function Test
Total Bilirubin 1.9mg/dL (0.1 - 1.2)
Conjugated Bilirubin 0.5mg/dL (0 - 0.4)
Unconjugated Bilirubin 1.4mg/dL (0.1 - 1.0)
SGOT/AST 42U/L (0 - 40)
SGPT/ALT 94U/L (0 - 42)
Alkaline phosphatase 96U/L (53-128)
GGTP 64U/L (11 - 50)
Total Protein 7.6gm/dL (6 - 8.3)
ALBUMIN 4.3gm/dL (3.2 - 5.0)
GLOBULIN 3.3gm/dL (2.0 - 4.0)
A/G Ratio 1.3 (1.3 - 2.5)
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replied September 21st, 2015
Welcome to e health forum.

Laboratory test results need to be assessed keeping in mind the complete clinical status of a patient.

In some cases though lab findings may report values above the reference range, as long as the patient is asymptomatic there is no need for any specific treatment.

Liver enzymes include aspartate aminotransferase (AST or SGOT) and alanine aminotransferase (ALT or SGPT). These enzymes are normally contained within liver cells. If the liver is injured or damaged, the liver cells spill these enzymes into the blood, raising the enzyme levels in the blood and signaling liver disease.

ALT (also called alanine aminotransferase or SGPT) is found in the liver only. The normal range ‎‎of ALT levels is between 5 IU/L to 60 IU/L.

In your case, if you dont have any signs or symptoms and all other tests are normal, then it is likely that your liver may be normal. And the current test results are clinically nonspecific, and you need not worry about it.

Just keep following up with your doctor and seek proper advice.

I hope this helps.

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