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SGOT and SGPT Levels after Hepatitis A
I had been diagnosed with Hepatitis A in nov. The following are the summary of LFt reports: 23rd Nov Total Bilirubin 2.34 SGOT 56 SGPT 99 28th Nov Bilirubin total: 1.84 SGOT 56.81 SGPT 98.83 7 Dec Total Bilirubin 1.24 SGOT 105 SGPT 233 My medicine intake was udiliv thrice a day silybon 140 thrice a day rablet d twice a day as of 6th dec was the last day of the medicine course Can you help me with the interpretation and further steps?
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No oils is main along with that most importantly you have to take boiled water. And properly Cooked food .
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Since bilirubin levels have improved, u seem to have recovered well. However keep good diet protocol. Plenty of water and salads. No oily fried food. No outside food. Rest
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