I was told I had high liver enzymes 8 years ago. Right after the birth of my first child. I did all of the tests but one, the liver biopsy. I had it scheduled three times but felt like I would not make it through the procedure. I cancelled all three times, the night before. I was not scared, I truly felt like I would be the one statistic of the patient not making it through. I have not had any symptoms of Autoimmune Hepatitis, but that is what the docs are suggesting I have. I don't have any pain, no itchiness, nothing. I tried natural stuff and watched what I eat. I did get a blood test last month and the enzymes have not dropped. I read the forums and see the side affects of the steriods everyone takes with this disease and I almost wonder if the disease is better?? Has everyone atleast had one symptom saying they have this disease? Can some people just have high enzymes and go through all of the tests and they all come back negative? All the test I did 8 years ago were negative.
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