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I am 26 weeks pregnant and my SGOT/SGPT levels are very high. Will this have any negative effects on my baby's health?

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Artificial Intelligence Health Assistant's Answer

High SGOT/SGPT levels during pregnancy can indicate liver damage or other underlying conditions. It is important to consult with your healthcare provider to determine the cause and severity of the elevation. While elevated levels may not directly harm your baby, they could be a sign of an underlying issue that needs to be addressed. Your doctor will monitor your condition closely and recommend appropriate treatment if necessary to ensure the well-being of both you and your baby.

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