I posted here a while back when I was first diagnosed but had other health problems going on. My gastro has now confirmed that I have idiopathic NASH and this has been confirmed by a rheumatologist with interest in hepatology. Biopsy proven a year ago and monitored with LFTs and fibroscan to be NASH with mild fibrosis. I've been told that as there's no apparent reason I have it there's no real way to stop it other than to not aggravate it. I've also recently started losing weight for no reason, dropping three jeans sizes in around a month. I was wondering if there's any chance it looks like NASH but is actually something else. As I've said: no metabolic disorder, no excess weight according to doc, healthy diet as confirmed by dietician, don't drink or take regular meds. I have got a kidney stone habit, gastro oesphogeal reflux disease and Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome and am a 21 year old female. Could it be genetic if it is indeed NASH? How likely is liver failure if I have fibrosis at 21 and no obvious risk factors?