I have a done a regular check up last year (in November 2016) and the GP noticed that my liver enzymes were slightly elevated ALT = 56 and AST = 42
GP asked me to repeat the blood test in two months and have a Liver ultrasound, which I did. ALT and AST went back to normal range, Hep. A, B and C results were negative and ultrasound results show completely healthy liver.. I was so happy at that time; however my GP advised to repeat the test in six months so in September my ALT = 116 and AST = 56
Ultrasound and X-Ray was done in September 2017 and everything seems normal, no gallbladder or fatty liver found.
Because I was panicking, I have asked to repeat the Tests in Early November, enzymes elevated to ALT = 295 and AST = 119 !!!
I have no idea why does ALT and AST fluctuate that much.
I don't drink/smoke and I don't take any kind of medications, not even Vitamins or any kind of pain killers.
Recently, I was put on Metformin course -to help in getting pregnant! and retested my enzymes in December 2017, ALT came down to 59 !!
Now that I read that Metformin may reduce the liver enzymes, I'm thinking that it could be the reason that brought my enzymes lower.
However I'm very concerned and stressed as I have no idea what's happening in my body.
I'm a Female 29 years old weighs ~110lbm
Would you please know what could be the reason?
I have an appointment with a liver specialist but it's next year and I'm so stressed about it!!