First time writing here. Discovering low platelets on routine CBC led to the diagnosis of cirrhosis. Never drank but have had problems with weight over the last 15 years. LFTs have always run a little high, but not to extreme, just a little elevated. Diagnosed with diabetes 6 years ago due to weight but that has been managed. Six months ago, went through a battery of tests, CT chest, abdomen and pelvis after discovering the low platelets. Now, after 30 pound weight loss all lab tests have been normal, everything, even blood sugar 5.4 A1C down from 6.1 which was still good. New CT abdomen says unremarkable liver parenchyma. No liver lesions, nothing. The only thing it showed still was an enlarged spleen. Nothing else was mentioned as abnormal. Pancreas, kidneys, gallbladder, all normal. No ascites/fluid. New lab work, everything normal, even LFTs. Nothing elevated. I would think with the diagnosis of cirrhosis something would be still showing abnormal, right, other than just the spleen enlargement. I have never had a liver biopsy but told 8 years ago that I had a fatty liver on ultrasound, (however, the doctor never followed up all these years later) until now. Is there a chance I may have caught it so early that it's reversing itself now, I don't know. I didn't really ask my hepatic doctor that question. She still wants to do an endoscopy in March, my first one and ultrasound in June. Diagnosis remains cirrhosis.