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Elevated liver enzymes, (no alcohol, no tylenol) bright to dull red blood and mucus in stool.. Should i worry?

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Dr. Charles Cattano
Internal Medicine - Gastroenterology
3 doctors agree

In brief: Need more evaluation

Yes, the combination of abnormal liver enzymes (not attributable to alcohol) and GI bleeding raises considerable concern.
There are many possibilities here, but comprehensive lab work and endoscopic testing will clarify your diagnosis & needed treatment. In the meantime, please avoid nsaid's or Aspirin (unless medically prescribed), & let your doctor know you want to move your testing along.

In brief: Need more evaluation

Yes, the combination of abnormal liver enzymes (not attributable to alcohol) and GI bleeding raises considerable concern.
There are many possibilities here, but comprehensive lab work and endoscopic testing will clarify your diagnosis & needed treatment. In the meantime, please avoid nsaid's or Aspirin (unless medically prescribed), & let your doctor know you want to move your testing along.
Dr. Charles Cattano
Dr. Charles Cattano
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Dr. Jose Nieto
Internal Medicine - Gastroenterology

In brief: Blood in stool

You should be evaluated by a GI dr you could have colitis, ulcers or even cancer causing your bleeding.
Your abnormal liver test need further evaluation with ultrasound and blood tests.

In brief: Blood in stool

You should be evaluated by a GI dr you could have colitis, ulcers or even cancer causing your bleeding.
Your abnormal liver test need further evaluation with ultrasound and blood tests.
Dr. Jose Nieto
Dr. Jose Nieto
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