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Are Nusam 400 and Ursodox Plus appropriate for fatty liver?

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Published At April 4, 2018
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Patient's Query

Hello doctor,

As per my latest liver function test, SGOT is 45.05, SGPT is 55.17 and serum albumin is 3.43. All other parameters are in the normal range. For kidney function test, the urine sample is protein positive. All other parameters are in the normal range. For the last two-three months, I have been passing light yellow urine almost all the time. My doctor has advised me two tablets of Nusam 400 and one table of Ursodox Plus every day. I would like to know if the medicine prescribed by my doctor is appropriate. And most importantly, what is the status of my liver and kidney?

Thank you.


Welcome to icliniq.com.

To help you better, I need to know a few things:

1. Why was the test performed?

2. Any symptoms you have?

3. Do you consume alcohol?

4. Have you got your ultrasound done?

Revert with the asked details for a better help.

Thank you.

Patient's Query

Hello doctor.

  1. Why was the test performed? It was a routine test. I have fatty liverand I do the tests from time to time.
  2. Any symptoms you have? The only symptom being persistent yellow urine.
  3. Do you consume alcohol? Yes, once or twice every week. However, until three months ago, I used to consume alcohol on almost a daily basis. Usually 180 ml of scotch.
  4. Have you got your ultrasound done? I did it more than two years ago. It was done when I was detected with fatty liver. At that moment, everything was fine with only a trace of fatty liver identified. Unfortunately, I cannot get an ultrasound done now, as we do not have any facility in my locality and I cannot travel now.

Thank you.


Welcome back to icliniq.com.

So, this is alcoholic fatty liver disease. This is the initial state and can be controlled well. Medicines are not much helpful. You need lifestyle changes that include exercises, weight reduction, and low-fat diet. Stop alcohol consumption completely. You can continue with the medicines given by your doctor, they are good.

I hope it helps you. If you have any further queries please ask me.

Thank you.

Same symptoms don't mean you have the same problem. Consult a doctor now!

Dr. Anshul Varshney
Dr. Anshul Varshney

Internal Medicine

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