My partner is 48 years old, weighs 187 lbs, and is an alcoholic. He has been unwell for the past six months. He is suffering from fatigue and rashes on the face and chest; intermittently, he suffers from muscle pain, shivering, and dark urine. The doctor advised taking liver function tests which revealed serum glutamic-oxaloacetic transaminase (SGOT) - 36, serum glutamate pyruvate transaminase (SGPT) - 56, SGOT - 42, SGPT - 83, SGOT - 40, SGPT - 77, and SGOT - 45, and TGP - 79 for the past three to four months. He is negative for all types of hepatitis infections. He has been taking Cynasine for the past two days, which the doctor prescribed. He woke up with severe pain last night. Is it because of the medication? The doctor suspects alcoholic hepatitis and advised him to stop taking alcohol. He has cut down alcohol consumption but not completely.