I've just had another lab test, and there are several other indicators that are high, so I'm asking where the problem might be.
Physical examination high transaminase, high ferritin, then this situation is considered to be abnormal liver function.It may be caused by hepatitis or fatty liver, alcoholic liver, etc.You can go to the hospital for further examination, do an ultrasound and blood test hepatitis B and C, to clarify the cause and then treatment, usually try not to drink, do not eat too greasy food, appropriate exercise, regular rest and rest.
There are two reasons for high transaminases, one is physiological, the other is called pathological reasons, if after adjustment and rest, transaminases are still high, then there is liver and biliary disease, ferritin is high for many reasons, general infection, tumors, especially liver cancer can cause ferritin production, so when ferritin is high, we should check the tumor table squeak.
If you are not sure, you can check the liver ultrasound after a week. If the ferritin is elevated, it is not obvious and does not need special treatment.I wish you good health!