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Elevated liver enzymes, numbness in bands, suspicion of carpel tunnel. Taken zeredol, prescribed neurobin, amitripityline. Right diagnosis?

i have been told ha i have elevated enzymes of the liver i am so worried abou it as i was taking zeredol. i also have numbness in my hands i am so terrified i dont know what to do. my doctor had suggested that i have carpal tunnel bu i am not happy wih his prediction. both hands are cramp at times i am so stressed out iwas also given neurobin and amitripityline
Asked On : Wed, 16 May 2012
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This does not seems "Carpel Tunnel syndrome" and the elevated liver enzyme does not correlate with the given history here this might be happening due the anxiety and depression you need to keep the stress level very low and in my opinion keep continue the "Tab Amitriptyline" rest of the drug is okay even if you stop taking that drugs then its okay, take care and have nice day.
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