Alt levels increasing, cancer?

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I'm 26 female. Overweight.

My symptoms all started with a change in my bowel habit including blood and pain in lower abdomen then pain in my liver area pale stools nausea acid reflux booked for colonoscopy and upper Abdominal ultrasound

Had a feacal occult test negative 30.12.16

blood test done 25.05.16 shows ALT 49u/l AST 32u/l GGT 43u/l ESR 39 ferritin 178 iron 7.1 haemoglobin 144

blood test done 28.12.16 ALT 68u/l AST 39u/l GGT 47u/l ESR 33 ferritin 161 iron 9.9 haemoglobin 147

it says consistent with mild hepatocellular damage.

Is this a strong indication of cancer or could it be caused by fatty liver? Anything less sinister?

I'm so worried I'm a mother on a little girl I can't stand the thought that I won't be here for her

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    It could be ulcerative colitis I have wacky liver tests and its this that cause it, don't know why so try not to worry, blood etc is " normal " with it

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    i have a fatty liver to im 55yrs old had gallbladder out on 21st dec 2016 awaiting on results of a fibroscan that i had done in dec 2016 had 5 blood tests all for different things i know its easy to say try not to worry stay positive use your gp & any other medical help around you keep in touch let us know how things go for you ...

     

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    Hi Mel15596

    Sending you positive vibes and please keep us updated on your test results, I wish I could be more help.

    3kidzandagoat

     

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    goodluck mel hope all goes well im sure it be okay let us all know how it goes tomoro be thinking of you smile

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    Hi Mel15596

    That's great news, thanks for keeping us updated. 

    3kidzandagoat

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