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Well you are right these test reports nonetheless are a concern to you as well to me (attachment removed to protect patient identity). Let us just sort out things one by one.
First of all your weight is slightly overweight. Your current body mass index (BMI) which is proportion of your weight to your height is 28.3, which is just 3.2 above the normal value of 25. So it is possible that fatty liver is partially contributing to your problem. But I doubt if it is the only explanation to your deranged liver enzymes unless we exclude the other potential causes of such elevation of your liver enzymes.
The potential causes of the elevated liver enzymes are alcohol-related liver dysfunction. Please mention if you take any alcohol and its quantity in a week time. Autoimmune hepatitis, which is another common entity and it is reasonable to think in your case given your past history of seronegative RA (rheumatoid arthritis). I would write some blood tests to exclude that.
Lastly, there is another set of disorders with an elevation of the liver enzymes namely Wilson disease (often has a family history of liver disease), alpha antitrypsin deficiency (with accompanying cough, asthma, sputum, and family history positive for the same), and iron overload called hemochromatosis.
Please do not get frightened reading all these unique and aberrant diagnosis, it is possible that you might have nothing except fatty liver disease, but I will write down a panel of investigation below, to exclude all above possibilities, to be on the safe side. There is no special clinical or examination findings which can justify the above diagnosis, except the blood test which I write down below. HbsAg negative is a good sign, and it suggests against the diagnosis of acute, or chronic hepatitis B infection. So it is unlikely that you have hepatitis B infection. HbCore total suggest that you have prior exposure to hepatitis B virus, possibly cured with treatment or spontaneously. I will suggest you some more investigation to be sure that you do not have active hepatitis B infection. HAV IgG (antibody of hepatits A virus) suggest old infection. There is specific test i.e. IgM to detect the hepatitis B infection currently.
So to summarize, there are some more tests required to establish the reason for elevated liver enzymes. I can understand that you must be anxious, that you are supposed to get another cycle of investigations, but this only how we can establish the cause of this, and can then be able to guide you optimal plan of action.
Kindly stop taking vitamin D and vitamin E if there are no significant deficiency in the blood tests. You can carry with fish oil.
Let me know some more information as well. Did you use any herbal medications, contraceptives, steroids, antibiotics in the last couple of weeks or months? Are any painkillers or steroid use for controlling your seronegative RA? Or current or past use of Methotrexate?
The Probable causes:
Hepatitis A infection. Hepatitis E infection. Chronic hepatitis B infection. Autoimmune hepatitis. Drug induced liver disease. Systemic disease RA with deranged liver enzymes. Investigations to be done:
SLE (systemic lupus erythematosus).
Complete blood count and ESR (erythrocyte sedimentation rate). ANA (antinuclear antibody), ASMA (anti-smooth muscle antibody), Anti LKM-1 (liver kidney microsome)antibody. Serum ceruloplasmin. Alpha antitrypsin 1 levels. Serum ferritin, serum iron, transferrin saturation. Hepatitis B DNA quantitative, HAV (hepatitis A virus) IgM, HEV (hepatitis E virus) IgM. Ultrasound abdomen with color doppler of liver vessels. Fibroscan of the liver (transient elastography).Regarding follow up:
Let me know the additional information which I have asked, as I can short list the investigations.