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Hi,Hi, I am going for GAMCA medicals so to be assured i did blood test in a local lab. The blood test shows sgpt of 100. Is anyone associated with GAMCA here to let me know if they will be fine with this little rise of sgpt?
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Hello, as you know increased SGPT might be due to liver damage. Avoid alcohol, fatty foods, junk foods etc., Include bitter vegetables in your diet, drink sufficient water. Homoeopathy medicine can cure this completely & permanently along with proper diet & exercise. To know more & for any other concern you can call us or reach us online.
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Sgpt raised that means there is slight structural changes in liver due to viral infection. Liver is an organ which can be 100% normal if any changes occur. if we properly  care of it become normal.  That does not have any major issue bt if it raised further then it will be difficult.  Better take homoeopathic treatment.  It is safe and effective.
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Hi, your liver is affected share details and report.in private window thankyou
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