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Can you post the numbers from your liver enzyme results?
Thanks. That is the usual protocol when someone has higher than normal numbers. Nothing to worry about. Something as simple as being a little dehydrated can cause higher than normal enzymes. Excessive exercise can also increase levels, but it usually has to be truly excessive.
Fatty liver is the next most common cause of elevated liver enzymes after dehydration. The treatment for that is improved diet and exercise, along with weight loss is someone is overweight.
Please let me know if you have additional questions about this. And please don't worry. One has to have highly elevated enzymes over a long period of time before it actually causes any liver damage.
No way to tell what the tag is without an exam. Sorry about that. Your gyn could have checked it out when you had the tag. If it was present at the time, she probably would have brought it to your attention. Even if it were a genital wart, the strains of HPV that cause warts are lower level risk. They aren't the high-risk ones that cause cervical cancer.