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Difficulty defecating, stomach pain. Urine test shows kidney stones, high ALT, raised bilirubin. Treatment options?

I am 58 and have raised ALT (88) and raised bilirubin (28) with B & C as -ve. A kidney stone has been detected. I take 10 mg Narvasc daily for B.P and 1/2 tablet of Xolnox for sleep. My mother also had liver disease . However, I eat well, 4-5 kms of walk almost daily with no signs of fatigues but my stomach remains stiff. To defecate I have to use external pressure but never feel fully empty.
Asked On : Fri, 4 May 2012
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Dear sir

Increased bilirubin with kidney stones is always associated with gall bladder stones in most of the times

Secondly an ultrasound scanning of abdomen will reveal all the points necessary

It is associated with increased liver functions tests too. To it may take some more invasive procedures to confirm the diagnosis..
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