Hey y’all, I was recently in the emergency room because I’d been having awful RUQ pain for over a month. I went in pretty sure I was going to have to have my gallbladder removed, but then was told that my gallbladder was perfect, but I did have a moderate fatty liver. The ER Doctor told me that he thought since I was having pain, I might have NASH. At the time, I had low albumin and creantine. All liver enzymes normal. He told me he didn’t know much about it and that his best advice was to lose weight and change my diet. I followed up with my primary care Doctor who then sent me to my gastroenterologist. She immediately rechecked my labs that had all went back to normal, it was about three weeks from my ER visit. She said she didn’t believe that I had NASH due to the fact that there was no liver inflammation noted and all of my liver enzymes were normal. This was all in late September/mid October. I cut out pretty much all sugar from my diet and started exercising daily. I’ve lost 25 pounds since then. Now, I’m thinking after eating some bad food over the holidays, the pain is back and my creantine is low again. I know that y’all can’t give me any advice, I’m just curious if anyone else has been diagnosed with NASH with normal liver enzymes, no high blood pressure, and no diabetes. I can’t find a lot of information online and am feeling a bit hopeless at this point.
Thanks in advance for your help and time.