Thanks for writing in.
Your liver enzyme levels are elevated which is suggestive of liver damage
. This can be due to:
a. Side effects of crestor
b. Taking excessive amounts of alcohol
c. Fatty liver
which is frequently seen in diabetics
d. Other infections like Hepatitis B
, C etc.
I would suggest that the next step here should be an ultrasound of the liver and some basic tests like HBs Antigen and Anti-HCV antibodies
. If the tests are negative and the enzymes are elevated due to Crestor, we can either temporarily stop Crestor or continue Crestor with more strict monitoring
Hope that helps