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On cholesterol lowering drugs, taking aspavor 20mg. Could chloesterol lowering drugs have damaged my liver?

I am 48. I have been on Chlesterol lowering drugs for +- 25 years ( currently Aspavor 20mg). Without medication my Cholesterol is 8.2 with medication 5.2. What worries me is that my Gamma GT ranges between 94-98. I stopped drinking 2 years ago ( never a heavy drinker). Could the ongoing use of Chloesterol lowering drugs have damaged my liver?
Asked On : Sun, 6 May 2012
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If you stop cholesterol lowering agent, then your liver will get fatty changes which is more dangerous.
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