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: Feb 26, 2021

Hi doctor,

I am 40 years old. I have got the results of my blood tests. The doctor told me that I have fatty liver. I am concerned regarding the values presenting in the high range. What do these results mean? I have a hemoglobin of 16.4 g/dL, hematocrit of 53.4 percent, WBC of 9000 per microliter of blood, segmenters of 60/mm3, lymphocytes of 3300 mL of blood, eosinophils of 3 percent, monocytes of 4, platelets of 291,000 platelets per microliter of blood, RBC of 6.36 mcL, mean corpuscular volume of 83.8 picograms, mean corpuscular HB of 25.7 picograms, FBS of 70 mg/dL, creatinine of 1.35 mg/dL, and uric acid of 4.48 mg/dL. I have total cholesterol of 121 mg/dL, HDL of 50 mg/dL, LDL of 50 mg/dL, triglyceride of 104 mg/dL, and SGPT of 58 U/L. Urinalysis shows a urine color of yellow with a specific gravity of 1.025 and a pH of 6.0. I have abundant bacteria with casts, crystals, and mucous threads. I have a negative result of glucose and proteins.

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Hi,

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I understand your concern. I have gone through the reports and some parameters are slightly high. But I do not find anything abnormally wrong in the reports. Your creatinine and urea are normal and it indicates that the kidney is in healthy condition. Your hemoglobin levels are normal. Your cholesterol profile is also normal. Your urine analysis seems to be normal.

But there are abundant bacteria. Please mention whether you have any burning, and itching while urinating. This rules out UTI (urinary tract infection). The rest of the values shows slight variations and it is not alarming. You can have these changes due to various reasons and they are not very significant. There is nothing to be worried about grade 1 fatty liver. You need to follow some lifestyle changes. Try to avoid taking fried, oily foods, cheese, and butter in your food. Avoid drinking alcohol and do regular exercise.


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