Some questions regarding the liver.
1.) Are there ANY symptoms or signs when you have fatty liver and/or early liver disease? (Google says there aren't any until it's too late)
2.) My blood tests are borderline normal. I quit drinking, but I know how much I did drink. I am just paranoid that in 10 years I will wake up with yellow skin and find out I am doomed. Is that a thing? Can you quit, get normal blood tests, then years later have liver disease (Assuming I didn't drink any alcohol in that time)?
Last blood test was: 8/30/2018 ALP: 46 AST: 56 (Elevated) This test was done after a 1 month period of being sober. AFTER that test, I had TWO more binge sessions which consisted of me drinking for 3 days straight and stopping for a week or so then doing it again. (1-1.75 liters of vodka over 2-3 days)
The reason I ask is because after quitting alcohol (It has only been ~2 months), I feel very fatigued lately. I mean, I do have a full-time job in a bakery and when I get home my cellphone says I did 5.5 miles of walking each shift. I usually am tired but lately, I have been slightly more so. The only other factor I can think of is my diet... I do eat healthy often BUT when I'm working, I will eat fast food for lunch quite often unfortunately because its convenient. I drink a lot of coffee and normally I drink lots of water, never any soda. (Even though I work in a bakery, I don't eat sweets)
About myself: Age: 34 Height: 5 11 Weight: 163
About my alcohol history: Drank my whole life casually/sometimes too much. About 5 years ago, I started binge drinking 1.1.75 liters of vodka over 2-3 days. I would then stop and take a break anywhere from 1 week to 1 month and do it again. My chest does have those spidery veins on my ribcage. A liver specialist 3 years ago said it was from drinking. I have those red blood spots randomly around my body, also from drinking.
I am 100% done with alcohol. It has been ~2 months. My doctor said my next appoint will be October 2019 for a follow up blood test. Should I wait until then? Just try to eat healthier/exercise more? Or should I go get a fibroscan and see what that says? I'm just worried about my future. Waking up 10 years from now finding out I have liver disease.