Which tests did you have done? GGT, ALT, Alk Phos? Some of them are specific for certain things, and other tests are very non-specific.
One other cause of elevated liver enzymes is a "fatty liver". Very common. Anyone who eats high fat foods will have this. The enzymes will go down as the diet is changed.
Hope you get some answers!
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