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High Gamma GT/ALT/AST

Hi, I am a 57year old man who does not smoke but enjoys his alcohol and does not exercise.
I do yearly blood tests to keep an eye on my liver. I have just got the results back from my latest tests and they read as follows:
Bilirubin conjugated = 6
Gamma GT = 101
ALT = 119
AST = 96
all the other tests were in the normal range.
What I would like to confirm is that if I reduce my alcohol intake drastically will these specific results and my liver come back to normal.
Thank you for your help in this matter, best regards  Mike Bussey
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If your numbers are caused just by alcohol then there is a good chance they will normalise if you abstain.
You should be checked for hepatitis though.
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