Poorly controlled diabetes can cause fatty liver which can cause abnormal enzyme changes. So can many medications including medications to lower your cholesterol
. Women with diabetes on hormone replacement
tend to do a little better than women not on replacement. I would encourage you to continue your hormone therapy
as I do not believe that is responsible for all the elevated liver enzymes
. If you have any concerns however you may wish to use transdermal hormonal therapy such as a patch, bypassing the liver altogether. Your gynecologist can provide a prescription. It is usually about a 10th of the oral dose that you're taking.Type two or adult onset diabetes
is an autosomal dominant condition. If both your parents are affected it's about 100% that you would be too. Regular physical exercise, healthy eating and listening to your physician will prolong your life and minimize the impact of this disorder. I wish you good health and hope that you continue to feel well.