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We can not really diagnose anything as no one here is a doctor.  However, RA is commonly linked to celiac disease.  Once you have one autoimmune disorder, you can develop more over a lifetime.  
 

Note that each lab has different ranges, so the number you posted are meaningless.  If you could post them, perhaps we could help, at least for the celiac tests (TTG and IgA — Immunoglobulin A which in the case of celiac disease is used as a control test).  Know that slightly elevated TTG tests Can be attributed to other autoimmune as can very elevated (above range) IgA.  


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We've got lots of articles here on the connection between celiac disease and liver disease:

https://www.celiac.com/articles.html/celiac-disease-amp-related-diseases-and-disorders/liver-disease-and-celiac-disease/ 


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I had elevated liver enzymes for years and that eventually led to Celiac disease testing and diagnosis. As soon as I started making a concerted effort to eat gluten free the enzymes returned to normal. Elevated SGPT can also be connected to heart disease.

The immuno-suppressant meds many people take for RA I believe can also be hard on the liver. 

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