I just fell over this forum when checking results from my doctor. I don't know if I am in the right place and am hoping somebody can help/redirect me.
To cut a long story short, I had a motor vehicle accident on 6th September. During the following tests, I had an ultrasound to check my kidneys and it was discovered that (doctors written words) I have diffused heterogenous echogenicity to my liver.
I then had full blood tests which my doctor said where clear but I still insisted on being referred to a specialist. This appointment is for Tuesday. I have just collected all my notes from the doctor and was surprised to see that some of the results do not fall within the guidelines and after reading posts on here now realise they are very high. The GGT for me is 146. I also have tested positive for ANA with speckled pattern (titre 1:160).
The doctor has reported that I have no significant symptoms but I have been told in the past that I am borderline diabetic/thyroid/menopausal. Have been thoroughly tired over the past 11 months. He put me on endep 10.