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Are these drugs accountable for my liver emzymes being high ?

i have a high gt gammer levels it was 138 its now 70 i am taking xzenacal, since2010, autostatin 40 mg daily since 2007, tramadol 4 times a day for spinal pain 4 times a day since early 2010, i very rarely drink. are these drugs accountable for my liver emzymes being high, i recently had my gall bladder removed but the tail was left in resulting in me still getting gall stone problems
Asked On : Fri, 4 Mar 2011
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Hello stephen;
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The main medication which may be responsible for the high liver enzymes will be Autostatin-40.Commonly it is found that the statins which are medicines to reduce the blood cholesterol disturb the liver function and so the liver enzymes are high in some people who are taking such medicines.Consult your doctor with your report and even control your dose of medicines if he advises.
Answered: Mon, 8 Aug 2011
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