Let me at the outset tell you that a single liver investigation like Gamma GT being elevated with rest of all liver function tests being normal, there is all the chance that it is not denoting any significant medical issue and your liver is likely to be normal. The liver function tests are interpreted in conjunction with all blood test together with medical imaging studies. Collectively only they can give a diagnosis. Just a solitary raised investigation do not point or predict an illness. These point would clear your doubts:
1) The liver function tests may be abnormal even in patients with a healthy liver.
2) Studies evaluating the clinical significance of these abnormalities have demonstrated that serious underlying liver disease is uncommon in many individuals.
3) Just this level of enzyme elevation is found in almost 10% of cases without any disease.
4) The other causes should be observed if there is no history of any medications, alcohol abuse and investigation for hepatitis B and C are normal and there are no medical evidence of the following diseases (which can elevate these enzymes); muscle disorders, thyroid disorders, celiac disease, adrenal insufficiency and anorexia nervosa.
Liver gamma glutamyl transpeptidase (GGT) can be raised by:
3) barbiturates, and
GGT has a low predictive value (32%) for hepatobiliary (liver and bile) disease, as it is present in numerous body compartments, including kidney tubules, pancreas (ductules and acinar cells), heart, lung, and brain.
Other clinical conditions in which GGT elevation has been reported are;
1) diabetes mellitus,
3) rheumatoid arthritis, and
4) chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Its clinical utility in assessing surreptitious alcohol use is questionable, as it has a half-life of 26 days and demonstrates poor correlation with alcohol binging.
In addition, normal GGT levels have been reported in more than 35% of people who consume more than 80 g of alcohol per day and still it is normal.
High Monocytes can be due to any chronic infection.
High MCV and MCH tells about the anemia which can occur due to folate and B 12 deficiency, low thyroid, liver disease usually.
Even testosterone injections can raise GGT.
So you may consider stopping it.
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