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Abnormal SGPT, ALP, GAMMA GT levels. Should I worry?

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I recently did a medical checkup and found abnormal levels of SGPT, ALP, GAMMA GT in Liver Function Test. I'm attaching scanned copy of the test result.

Total Bilirubin: 0.5mg/dl
Direct Bilirubin: 0.06 mg/dl
SGOT: 44 U/L
SGPT: 664U/L
ALP: 525 U/L
Protein Total: 6.6 gm/dl
Albumin: 3.4g/dl
Globumin: 3.2gm/dl
A/G Ratio: 1:0
HBsAg Card: Negative

I'm 29-year old male.

I'm a non-drinker, non-smoker and a vegetarian.

Occasionally, I take paracetamol (not more that 1g a day) for headache.

I'm not diagnosed for any disease.

Should I be worried about this condition?

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Category: HIV- AIDS Specialist
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Thank you for your query at
I understand your concern.
The symptoms that you had while you were shopping resembles vasovagal syncope which could be due to sudden hypotension, or hypoglycemia. While you're having such an attack, the other symptoms that are noticed are sudden feeling of warmth and dizziness, since all the blood from the peripheries try to rush towards the brain, to avoid loss of conciousness.
But it should not be persistent.
I will advise a full physical examination for you, including assessment of your BP, Complete Blood profile and your Sugar levels.
Watch out for the following symptoms :
1) Involuntary urination
2) Weakness
3) Facial Deviation
4) Sudden loss of conciousness.
If these symptoms are there please consult your local physician immediately.
Otherwise just get the test done as of now, and once you have the results, you can revert back to me and I will guide you further.

Patient replied :

I contacted the site as I'm not able to contact a GP at this time. we were lucky to be in a store with a pharmacy when that happened, my BP was 151 yesterday during that odd attack and it was 132 when i went to get it checked today. My blood sugar is "4.7 mmol"

Yes since the BP shot up, it mostly indicates a vasovagal attack.
I will advise you to still get your BP monitored for a few days.
Once you can, get a complete blood work done and we can review from there.
Do you still have that blanching you mentioned?

Dr. Jaydeep Tripathy
Category: HIV- AIDS Specialist
MBBS from Sri Ramachandra University in December 2011
M.Med (Family Medicine) - TNMGR University, Chennai
MBA-MPH in Public Health in March 2016, SRM University
Finished AFIH in March 2016, SRM University
MRCP ( UK ), Internal Medicine, Royal College of Physicians, June 2016
Fellowship in Diabetology from Martin Luther University in January 2017

Currently Resident Physician, in MD Radiodiagnosis - Kamakshi Memorial Hospital, Chennai
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