I'm new here, just looking for a bit of help with lab results. A bit of background- I'm in my early 40s, female, hyperthyroid on carbimazole, drink 2-3 bottles of wine per week on average.
I had blood tests done at a hospital clinic a few days ago, they said to ring my GP for results. Receptionist said everything was satisfactory. Then today at my Thyroid clinic appointment, the doctor commented that my liver results were a bit high but nothing to be concerned about. He said it's probably mild fatty liver or caused by being hyperthyroid.
I rang my GP surgery again and the Receptionist read out the following to me. She is going to ask GP to check again and call me if necessary.
ALP. 114 (I'm assuming this one was ALP, she actually said ACP but I think she misread it?).
I'm now panicking that I've damaged myself through wine! Going on holiday soon, don't want this hanging over me, and was also looking forward to a few drinks by the pool. Situation not helped by an overactive thyroid on the rise.
Thanks, sorry it's so long.