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Elevated LFT
Sir,i am 30 year old male and I don't have any problems which related with liver. My digestion is good and never had any problem with liver.but when when I tried to take a term insurance plan the insurance company reject my policy for the reason of elevated liver function test. I has been taking alcohol from last 1 year once and twice in a week. Could it be related with my habit.please suggest me . Thanks
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Dr. Amarpreet Singh Riar
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Fatty Liver Treatment. 1. Cab Pan D twice daily before meals.( Only if acidity) 2. Tab Liveril once daily after meals with juice. 3. Tab Liv 52 DS twice daily after meals. 4. Weight Loss. 5. Avoid Alcohol and any other drugs. 6. Treatment of Dyslipidema ( Cholesterol ). 7. Treatment of Hyperglycemia. 8. Cap Evion Lc once daily after meals. 9. Tab Udiliv 300 mg twice daily after meals. 10. Small frequent meals. 11. Diet rich in Fruits and Salads. 12. Avoid oily and Fried food.
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Dr. Rajashekhar
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HELLO, SURELY IT IS RELATED TO YOUR HABIT OF TAKING ALCOHOL, DEADDICT YOURSELF AND SEE THE LIVER FUNCTION TESTS RETURN TO NORMAL BYE
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Please put your report. Yes it is related to your alcohol consumption.
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Dr. Prashant Kini
General Endocrinologist 11 yrs exp Mumbai
may be alcohol. sometimes there is a terminology called nafld.
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