I was reading everyone's posts with interest.....I have had high GGT and ALP since 2009. Family doc said I may have fatty liver disease - fair enough, I am 20 lb overweight. Since then I have been asked by numerous docs if I drink (a glass of wine at family dinners four times a year). In 2011, I was in the emergency department with a kidney stone attack, had blood work there and the doc asked "are you sure you don't drink" in front of numerous other patients.. Totally embarrassing. To cut a long story short, in summer 2017 I was taken to hospital with severe abdominal pain. I was in liver failure and they thought I may have pancreatic cancer as all my liver tests were through the roof. After a week of investigations in the hospital it turned out to be my GALLBLADDER, and the severe pain/liver failure was caused by stone blockage. Now 9 or so months later,my GGT and ALP are back to normal. And yes I work in health care, so don't I feel stupid?? !!!
My husband also had the same problem with high GGT and liver enzymes 15 years or so ago.....a dietitian said she didn't know why his tests were elevated "as you say you don't drink". A couple of years later they took 38 stones from his common bile duct and removed his gallbladder......no problem since. You would think health professionals would have clued into the fact that high liver enzymes don't necessarily mean you drink. Btw I am in Canada, born in Lancashire.