I am a 30 year old Type 2 diabetic who was diagonised with NASH and Gilbert's syndrome some 8 years back. A liver biopsy at that time had confirmed the same. I have been living very cautiously since then with hardly any high-calorie intake. Some 3 years back I also developed a gallstone which has been asymptomatic till now.
A week back I had been to a gastroenterologist to discuss about the gallstone and if surgical opinion needs to be taken given that it is completely asymptomatic as I am travelling abroad in some days. The doc adcised me to get a fibroscan just for the sake of it because I had been diagonised with NASH & fatty liver.
The results of the Fibroscan gave me the shock of my life- the results came up with a 35kpa stiffness. I get my LFT and CBC done regularly and there are no major issues(except for very slightly raised SGPT/SGOT levels- around 10-15 points above normal lvls). I also have no symptoms whatsoever (perfectly reasonable level of energy, good apetite etc).
I was advised an endoscopy which I couldnt pursue because of the lack of time but I am extremely scared now because of this.
Some guidance on this would be highly appreciated.
Many Thanks . .