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What could be the cause of fatigue,critical high liver enzymes,low platelets in a teenaged female who doesn't smoke or drink ?

18 year old non drinker has critical high alt and ast negative hepatitis panel negative mono and EBV A 18 year old female. Never drank or done drugs, not sexually active. Fatigue, critical high liver enzymes, AST/ALT, low platlets, negative mono, negative EBV, negative hepatitis panel, negative HIV . What else could it be?
Asked On : Wed, 27 Apr 2011
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Dear please take help of a gastroenterologist for further evaluation.Also on advise of your doctor go for ultrasound of abdomen,which is very important in your case.There are some disease which can give rise to such a situation.Take proper rest and avoid fatty meals in mean time.Do not take any analgesic medications.take care .
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