Thanks for the question,
your laboratory results with increased enzymes called liver transaminases, coupled with a pain under the rib cage are suggestive an acute hepatitis
. This could either be infectious (Hepatitis B
or C most commonly), due an intoxication (Drug) or several other factors. An abdominal ultrasound
and a Chest X ray might be very usegul in making things clear and guiding further evaluations. Other specific markers of liver lesions like Alpha feto proteins, gamma amino butyrique acid and 5' Nucleotidase exams, shall be asked based on these preliminary results.
Excess urination deserves a urinalysis
to screen for a urinary tract infection
and detect ketones or glucose for diabetes. A urine cast, culture and sensitivity tests would be interesting to exclude a urinary tract infection.
I suggest you book an appointment with a gastroenterologist for a proper evaluation and management. Thanks and this helps,