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Abdominal pain, have kidney stone. Elevated SGPT, SGOT, Alkaline and phosphate. What could be wrong besides hep c?

i just returned from the er with abdominal pain...i do have kidney stones , however i also was told i have elevated bilirubin , elevated albumin , sgpt, sgot , alkaline phosephatase....all they did was refer me to a specialist, but im worried & i can t get into the specialist for a month....what could be wrong besides hep c??
Asked On : Sun, 16 Dec 2012
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Kidney stones do not cause abnormal liver enzymes. The kidney stone can be a incidental finding. Do you have gall bladder stones? Your enzyme pattern suggest that you have infection and or obstruction in your bile tract. If you have fever don't hesitate to go to ER. Are you on any medication or herbal remedies. If so that is another common cause.
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