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Sometimes a night or two of drinking alcohol can lead to temporarily elevated liver enzyme levels. If you had, say, two or three AST and ALT levels on separate occasions that were out of whack, it might be something to check into...but having one abnormal tests doesn't necessarily indicate there's a problem with your liver.
When I read that you have PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) I was flabbergasted that no one has told you that this alone can cause significant abdominal pain, among other symptoms. Do you have a gynecologist? How long has it been since your diagnosis with that?
If your TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone) is normal, your thyroid is okay; it's a very sensitive, effective test. So at least that has been ruled out!
As far as the rash goes...a million gazillion things could cause rashes. If you've changed your laundry detergent or your body wash or you're wearing a new fabric or you're chafing somewhere...rashes are tough! Try some hydrocortisone cream on your rash, which will help it stop itching so much.