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I haven't been well for 15yrs and no diagnosis except m.e/cfs but some autoimmune tests are abnormal sometimes and then are ok again. But over the last 4 yrs my LFT's are never ok, my ALT is high (101) and then when i get them re done in a few weeks they go back down to 50 and then they just leave it again. Had scans a few times on my liver etc when they have been high and everything looks fine. I went to the Drs because of diarrhea for 10days and had to take a stool sample in and bloods done and guess what my LFT can't be right again because i have to have a phone consultation with Dr on Monday about them.

I don't know what's going on with the ALT, last time they tested for hepatitis etc and all ok. I do take paracetamol most days and drink once a week but don't know if this is the cause.

Any ideas?

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    god i feel for you ive been un well for 6 months cant tolerate food much  doctors got me on coplan  twice a day  7 foof in the evening had stool sample & blood test which she said flagged up a liver problem waiting on a ultrasound on my liver i hope u find your answers  very un pleasant problems smile

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    4 times normal, is considered "Slightly Elevated" in ALT, which would be 200

    You are not elevated

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