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big lenny
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A few days ago did some blood work and my liver enzymes were moderately elevated - both were just under 100 - I have been on alinia 2x a day , also some herbals , recently did a few diff parasite drugs as well , I did however have a few beers about 2 weeks prior to my blood work - any thoughts on why they are elevated ? Doc wants to recheck in 2 weeks and also run a hepatitis panel as well - this is causing me great worries ! I am a hypochondriac as well and will not sleep until I recheck my blood in the hopes that it goes back to normal!
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Mine are always elevated. I was told it's to be expected while on treatment. Milk thistle or NAC should help.

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Milk thistle is what I used during treatment. Never had an issue with my enzymes.

Lenny, it's most likely nothing to lose sleep over, but do stay on top of things and take good care of yourself!

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When mine got to the 130's they took my off off all meds. I went to a liver specialist and she said my liver was enlarged. Theresa
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big lenny
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Thank you all for the replys - deff helped to put my mind at ease a little bit ! Been on this roller coaster for 20 years and it never gets easy
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My enzymes got to 162 and my dr took also took me off meds How did the liver specialist know your liver was enlarged? What did your dr do after he took you off the meds is there another medicine?
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asaf917,

Before I saw your post here,

I just posted for you a "starter's kit" of sorts with lots of liver support detail, LL ND links, etc. over at your other thread here. Anyone else free to take a look as well:

http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=2;t=026378;p=0#000000

Lyme Literate Liver Specialist in NYC or in the the Tristate area
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