You mention that you stopped drinking which is wonderful.
The extent of liver damage
depends on the duration of alcohol
abuse and also the quantity of consumption. If you have been
a steady drinker or even a binge drinker for a number of years,then
definitely you have caused liver damage. The levels of liver enzyme
that you mention above are indeed high. AST should be around 40 units.
and ALT should be around 50-55 units. The other numbers that we need
are Bilirubin level, Alkaline Phosphatase
, Total Proteins, Albumin and
Globulin levels, Your complete blood count
including platelet count
you also need coagulation factors such as Prothrombin time
You also need to know your electrolytes ,Sodium, Potassium, Chlorides,
kidney tests Blood urea nitrogen, creatinine
, blood sugar, lipid levels.
After all this , you need an ultrasound of the liver and gallbladder
determine to see if you already have cirrhosis.
I would recommend that you start taking a good Super B-Complex
supplement (Vitamin) along with 800 i.u. of Vit-K and 1000 mg. Vit-C.
A good diet high in protein will be helpful unless you have advanced
liver disease when you might have to restrict proteins to avoid going
into liver coma.
Hope this information helps you to discuss with your own doctor and
I wish you the very best.