Fever, Spinal Pain And SGOT 42 And SGPT 55 . Values?
NightrnrnNow I feel a feverrnSpine pain continues to penetrate in frontrnrnThank you
SGOT (Serum Glutamic Oxaloacetic Transaminase) and SGPT (Serum Glutamic Pyruvic Transaminase) are enzymes that are often used to help diagnose liver disorders. The normal value of blood SGOT level is 3-45 u/L and the normal value of blood SGPT level is 0-35 u/L. Enzyme increases of less than 2-3 times normal levels are generally less significant and are generally caused by high body metabolism due to heavy physical load or lack of rest. However, a very high increase in enzyme levels or accompanied by other complaints, should be suspected of liver disorders such as hepatitis, gallstones, fatty liver, and cirrhosis (hardening of the liver).
Fever is the body's immune reaction when fighting an infection. Fever is not a disease but a symptom of another disease that is currently happening in a person's body. Generally, the symptoms of fever do not stand alone but can be accompanied by other symptoms such as headache, muscle aches, joint pain, nausea, vomiting, sore throat and loss of appetite. In addition, pain in the spine that penetrates forward can be caused by various conditions, including:
Muscle tension Disorders of the spine, such as arthritis Liver disorders, such as hepatitis Gallbladder disorders, such as gallstones, inflammation of the gallbladder (cholecystitis) etc. To confirm the disease, the doctor must conduct a medical interview, direct physical examination and examination appropriate support (eg blood tests, X-rays or ultrasound). If the pain gets worse, the high fever does not go down and down, interferes with daily activities, you should immediately consult and consult a doctor or an internal medicine specialist for further treatment.
Some of the things that need to be done include:
Get enough rest, avoid excessive physical activity Avoid drinking alcoholic beverages Avoid smoking, consumption of high-fat foods, drinks/canned foods Do regular exercise Hope this helps,