Greatly elevated enzymes, but no symptoms and all negative tests
New to the board,but looking for some thoughts. My wife recently had a blood test done to qualify for insurance. Here liver enzyme levels came back really high. I don't have those exact numbers, but a few weeks later she coincidentally had another blood test for a work wellness program. I know the numbers were much lower, but still really high. Those numbers were:
GGT - 312
AST - 98
ALT - 147
I want to say the GGT was only slightly lower, but the AST and ALT were around half as much. So the first test may have been like 330 GGT, 200 AST, and 300 ALT. Or something around there.
We can immediately rule out lifestyle causes. She's not a drinker, no wierd diets, no rapid weight loss. She has absolutely zero symptoms. No pain. No bowel problems. We wouldn't even know about this if not for it showing up in a blood test that we assumed would be clean.
So she went to the doctor and he ran another blood test. This third test is about 7 weeks from the first, and 4 weeks from the second. This time, the AST and ALT were again lower. Still above the 0-40 normal range, but not by much. GGT was lower, but still elevated. I don't have the exact numbers but I want to say the GGT was in the 150 range maybe?
She had a CT Scan with contrast done, and blood tests for an array of disorders. CT shows no cancer. Blood tests show negative for everything (hep b, hep c, etc...etc...). The only possible one was the Lupus test showed numbers that were right on the high end of the normal range. So maybe something there. Thyroid is fine, hep a is fine.
3 weeks later (now 2.5 months from the first test) they ran another blood test. AST and ALT are now barely over the range. GGT is still quite elevated however.
So now she's off to a specialist.