High ferritin levels are seen in any disease with inflammation, blood diseases like hemolytic anemias, megaloblastic anemia, Hodgkins lymphoma & liver diseases like acute hepatitis, liver injury, alcoholic liver disease & hemochromatosis.
Your liver disease may be causing increased ferritin. Hemochromatosis usually has very high ferritin levels ( above1000).
Your symptoms are not specific to any of the disease.
A liver biopsy with iron estimation may be indicated in your your case.
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