There have been studies that suggest that once chronic alcohol consumption stops, the liver kinda goes into shock because it's been dealing with the toxin for so long. I was diagnosed with cirrhosis a few weeks *after* I stopped drinking but it's not as if the symptoms weren't there. The doctors I've talked to say that you need about 6-9 months of sobriety to tell if/how well your liver will recover. I would suggest getting retested in a few weeks (and staying sober) to see if they've gone down at all by then (they often do.) I am very fortunate in that more than a year and a half of being sober, my numbers are *still* improving.
The bleeding could be a number of fairly benign things, but any significant quantity (ie more than some streaks here and there) would be something to bring to a GI doctor.