Your liver functions seem to be within the normal range.
Laboratory test results need to be assessed keeping in mind the complete clinical status of a patient.
In some cases though lab findings may report values above the reference range, as long as the patient is asymptomatic there is no need for any specific treatment.
Some general some symptoms of liver disease include nausea, vomiting, decreased appetite, âindigestion, change in stools, jaundice, itching, etc. âIn severe conditions with greater liver dysfunction abdominal distension, swelling of the legs, âanorexia, lethargy could be evident. â
In your case, due to the lack of complete information, the specific condition cannot be determined, and it would be recommended that you consult your doctor or a hepatologist for proper medical advice.
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