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    CAT HIGH SGPT HELP
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    my cat was nutered.blood cheked for ff up.kidneys fine, but liver's sgpt slightly higher thn normal.vet adv... Posted by geeian02 my cat was nutered.blood cheked for ff up.kidneys fine, but liver's sgpt slightly higher thn normal.vet adv suplement liv52 2drops/day,cont vitamins which we have been doing since he was a kitten. was also advised to give dose of VIT.E 2x/wk.is this a good combination of precription?havnt brought him back yet for a follow up. my cat is persion X american short hair. i just want to know if LIV52 is effective in lowering down cats' sgpt. havent seen any reviews about it. thank you.
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