Thanks for your query.
Hashimoto's is an autoimmune disease
, whereby which the immune system recognizes thyroid tissue as foreign and destroys it gradually.
Hashimoto's is commonly associated with other autoimmune disorders
, such as, diabetes and celiac disease (allergy to wheat, rye, barley and their products). It is therefore possible that you may autoimmune hepatitis
. This may account for persistently raised liver enzymes.
Thyroid hormone replacement therapy
for hashimoto's does not ordinarily raise liver enzymes. You should therefore continue to take Thyroid hormone replacement
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