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Blood work showed liver inflammation, not on medicines. Does it heal on its own or is there a treatment plan?

I received blood work that shows inflammation of the liver . I was tested in February and it was normal but in September the number came back abnormal . I have been taking a lot of prescription drugs from drugs plus Tylenol for headaches and pain. Can my liver fix it self since I no longer take any meds. Does it heal on its own or is there a treatment plan?
Asked On : Tue, 9 Oct 2012
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The liver has great regenerative power. The chances of returning back to normalcy are very very good. The commonest causes are medicines (including Tylenol) / at times infection like virus / at times toxins from food.
It will heal by its own. There need be no medicines. Avoid alcohol and tylenol. Repeat the tests in a fortnight
Good luck
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