Q. I just got the results from my blood tests, and I was told that I have a fatty liver. What to do?

Answered by
Dr. Sanya Dhingra
and medically reviewed by Dr. Sneha Kannan
This is a premium question & answer published on Sep 28, 2020 and last reviewed on: Oct 05, 2020

Good day! I just got the results from my blood tests and I was told that I have fatty liver. How ever I am also concerned of some other values on my results which are high... Can I ask what does these results mean?

Complete Blood Count Hemoglobin 16.4 Hematocrit 53.4 WBC 9.3 Segmenters 60 Lymohocytes 33 Basophil 0 Eosinophil 3 Monocyte 4 Platelet 291 RBC 6.36 MEAN CORPUSCULAR VOL 83.8 MEAN CORPUSCULAR HGB 25.7 MEAN CORPUSCULAR HGB CONC 30.8 FBS 70 CREATININE 1.35 URIC ACID 4.48 LIPID PROFILE Total cholesterol (enzymatic) 121 HDL CHOL. 50 LDL CHOL. 50.20 TRIGLYCERIDES 104 TC/HDL RATIO 2.42 SGPT (ALT) 58

Urinalysis COLOR yellow Transparency turbid Spec gravity 1.025 pH 6.0 Glucose negative Protein negative Pus cells 1-2/hpf RBC 5-6/HPF Epithelial cells squamous - rare Bacteria abundant Casts, crystals, mucous threads, yeast cells NOT SEEN

40 Y. O.


Hello . Greetings from icliniq. I understand your concern. I have seen your reports and yes some parameters are raised slightly . But i do not find anything abnormally wrong with your reports . Your creatinine and urea are normal which indicates healthy kidney . Your haemoglobin levels are very good .

Your cholesterol profile is also within normal limits. Your urine analysis is also normal . Only the fact that there are abundant bacteria, for which i would like to know if you have any burning , itching while urinating ? This is to rule out any UTI (urinary tract infection) .

The rest of the values which have slight variations is not alarming . These changes can be due to many reasons and are not very significant . For your fatty liver , if it is grade -1 , then you do not have to worry much . Only make some changes in your lifestyle like avoid too much fried , oily foods, cheese, butter , avoid alcohol , and do regular exercise . If you have any further queries , kindly follow up . I hope this helps .

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