"My liver is alleviated... "; alleviated is spelled correctly but in context it makes no sense, alleviated means 'helped by' or 'eased'; for example 'tylenol alleviated my headache'.
I guess you mean your liver enzymes are elevated. This is 'mormal' for Hepatitis (HCV) and gives an idea of Liver function (or lack of liver function). You need to keep an eye on eGFR (estimated glomerular filtration rate) and creatinine (to determine Kidney function), albumin and blood total protein, bilirubin, INR (international normalized ratio), which is blood clotting time, Phosphate (PO4) and Calcium. To prevent further rapid liver deterioration you really should avoid all alcohol and start being careful about the medications you take (some require dose modification to account for liver damage and others cannot be taken at all.
It takes as little as five years to go from a fatty liver to a cirrhotic one. (after a certain point, damage seems to accelerate, I don't know why).
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