So there are many possibilities and I do not think this has anything to do with your liver enzymes being slightly elevated.
What other testing have you had?
Are you having any other symptoms?
I did not have any other tests.
Besides the feverish feeling, I have burning feeling while urination.
so the most important thing for you to do is to get a urine test and a check for sexually transmitted diseases, as, with burning on urination we need to see these results.
I did urine test and the results were OK
did they check for sexually transmitted diseases like chlamydia and ghonorrhea?
another couple of tests which would be helpful with you would be a test for mononucleosis and thyroid test.
as mononucleosis can cause symptoms like you have, it's caused by a virus and takes weeks to get over
I am not sure. However, I did not have sexual activity for the past three months
and low thyroid can cause fatigue.
so sexually transmitted diseases are still on the list but much less likely
i think that if a mono test has not been done that it needs to be done
and a thyroid test as well
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HERE IS INFORMATION ON LOW THYROID
the fact is that in your case your symptoms are very non specific
meaning, they are bothersome to you but do not point to any obvious cause
Thanks a lot Doctor. I will perform these test as soon as possible.
also important is to make sure you see the same doctor if at all possible as this will aid in diagnosis
also consider the possibility of depression as this can also cause these symptoms.
this site will aid you in evaluating the possibility of depression
but these symptoms have nothing to do with high ALT and AST
almost certainly not
if you had hepatitis then yes
but these are mild elevations and may simply be normal for you
thanks a lot doctor for the information. These are very helpful.
do you have any final questions for me?
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