If your mother has had this for over six months, the condition
is chronic liver disease
. She seems to have a very low platelet count
and her Bilirubin levels are mildly elevated and her enzymes are
moderately high. I am glad that her Hepatitis profile was negative
especially for Type-B and Type-C. They are the bad ones.
Type-A does not cause chronic liver disease.
I am sure your mother never abused alcohol, so we can eliminate
that as a cause. There are certain drugs (Prescription and non-prescrption)
that can cause chronic liver damage
. Ibuprofen, Naproxen, sulfa drugs,
Tetracycline family of drugs can cause liver damage. Check all the
medications she is on or has been taking.
The other condition is Auto-Immune liver disease. She should be tested
for these-Antinuclear Antibodies, Anti-smooth muscle
antibodies, DNA &RNA
antibodies, Serum complement level, Protein electrophoresis
, R.A.Factor etc.
Another condition common in women is Primary Biliary Cirrhosis
. This may
be associated with fatigue, itching of the skin, jaundice etc. Diagnosis is
through Anti-mitochondrial antibodies and liver biopsy.
You can discuss all these with her doctor and then appropriate treatment
can be given.
I wish her well.