I had NAFLD or NASH diagnosed on October 2012 and during that time my ast was 95, alt 186.
Then, I exercised and lost weight and my liver enzymes improved.
However, I have platelets on the lower range and I do not now if it is genetic, if it is due to my b12 being on the lower range also, if it is due to diet or if it is due NAFDL/NASH.
The recent tests are as follows:
test1 (april 2013): ast: 34, alt:45, platelet: 161
test2 (march 2014): ast: 33, alt:37, platelet: 172
test3 (may 2014): ast: 33, alt:27, platelet: 148
test4 (september 12, 2014): ast: 34, alt:32, platelet: 147
test5(september 19, 2014): ast 35, alt:36, platelet: 170
ct scan of liver on february, 2013: normal liver and normal spleen
ecography of liver on september 19, 2104: normal liver and normal spleen.
based on the fact that my spleen is not enlarged, can I conclude that my platelet count being on the lower range is
not due to liver disease