Taking medications for Ulcerative Colitis
should not have a major impact on your body. It is actually very beneficial to keep your colitis under control, even if you have to take those medications for the rest of your life.
The LFTs being elevated however is concerning. You may want to discuss with your doctor regarding further evaluation, since Ulcerative Colitis is associated with a liver disease called "PSC" or Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis
, which if it's advanced you can end up with a liver transplant
Also, Azoran can cause an elevation of liver enzymes if your blood levels of the medication are too high.
I don't mean to scare you, as there are many other causes for elevated liver enzymes
, but you should definitely follow up on the liver enzymes ASAP. You may need a dose adjustment of your Azoran.
The only way to certainly diagnose if you have PSC is with a liver biopsy
, but again I would recommend you checking with a liver specialist or gastroenterologist.