Our expert says:
Alcohol abuse is the most common cause for increased GGT but pancreatic disease, heart failure and certain medications like St Johns Wort, phenytoin, aspirin and anti-inflammatories can also increase the levels. How quickly it will subside if you stop drinking will depend on the health of your liver. It may take a month or longer.
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