i some way dont agree with dr rakhi and also agree with her.
let me tell u something, raised enzymes are a very vague term for any medical professional.
there are numerous reasons, like obesity ( which i dont think you are), diabetes, drug induced rise.
there are causes as dr rakhi suggested
but then there are many rare causes that all have to be ruled out and properly attended
here is the list of few ( but reading all would drive you crazy) best would be seeing a good liver experts ( hepatologist ) and also hematologist
Certain prescription medications, including statin drugs used to control cholesterol
Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease
Over-the-counter pain medications, including acetaminophen (Tylenol, others)
Other causes of elevated liver enzymes
Alcoholic hepatitis (liver inflammation caused by drinking alcohol)
(liver inflammation caused by an autoimmune disorder)
Celiac disease (small intestine
damage caused by gluten)
Cirrhosis (liver scarring)
Cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection
(inflammatory disease that causes muscle weakness and skin rash)
Hemochromatosis (too much iron stored in your body)
Hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid)
Muscular dystrophy (inherited disease that causes progressive muscle weakness
Pancreatitis (pancreas inflammation
Polymyositis (inflammatory disease that causes muscle weakness)
Toxic hepatitis (liver inflammation caused by drugs or toxins)
Wilson's disease (too much copper stored in your body)