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Little high SGOT and Uric Acid
I got a test, free lab test, and have a result of 38.9 over 31 in SGOT while 6.01 over 5.72 uric acid. Should I worry with these numbers or should I just change lifestyle? My previous SGOT level is in 51.9 out of 42 so I think it was going down. Thanks to any response.
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It fine don't worry. Just drink plenty of water. Avoid spicy and oily food.
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It seems that you had no symptoms when you got this test done. It is mentioned as "Free Lab Test". Your reports are not alarming at all. Your uric acid level is only marginally raised and it can be controlled by avoiding a few food items which are known to raise uric acid level. Your SGOT level is also slightly raised. You have the past experience that it is slowly coming down. I don't think you need any energetic treatment for Liver at present. You may repeat the test after 6 months.
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Reports are ok
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lifestyle modifications
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Reports are fine
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You are right. Life style changes are  enough at this stage. Low fat diet. Avoid saturated Fatty acid containing foods.  Daily exercise to burn calories. 
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Consult me for better evaluation
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