Gallbladder problems typically would also raise GGT
Your symptoms indicate the need for further testing
Hepatitis must be ruled out, which can be chronic, in this respect you need
Hep B and C screens
ANA to rule out autoimmune hepatitis
Iron studies and ferritin to rule out hemachromatosis.
Liver enzymes are not a common elevation in most bowel problems, certainly not in small bowel overgrowth and malabsorption.
You need to see a gastroenterologist or liver specialist.
Reflux of this severitay can indicate ulcer, esophagitis, bile reflux, and so on.
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