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Vision is getting bad, ALT, AST levels deteriorating, sleep, loss of energy. Why?

yes My alt is 73 and my ast is 55 it has been getting higher over the last year. I had lost 50 pds a 1 1/2 yrs ago and my results became normal from being high then. I gained all the weight back and I am sleeply all the time no engergy. So I have been taking 5 hr energy shots dailey, Also iI take from the Doctor 2 Perocet 5mg 4 x Dailey for pain and now he has added Ibuproffrim 1 600mg x 3 a Day. Also my vision is getting really bad. What does all this mean and what can I do to help myself get better. Also I just started a 1800 Cal Diet 4 Days ago
Asked On : Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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Hi jim
I may presume you are overweight if you voluntary lose 50#. However, you gain your pounds back. No question, it can cause metabolic syndrome, fatty liver, brain fog, weakness, and poor vision.
What is more urgent that you are addicted to the drug. “2 Perocet 5mg 4 x Dailey for pain” more than one week, may cause dependence with more pain, like in your case. I know this issue very well. I worked in PICU for alcoholic, drug abusers many years, I helped many of them. You are not alone; it is a huge problem for U.S. Millions of Americans suffer from painkillers abuse. I also think “Ibuproffrim 1 600mg x 3 a Day” will not healthy for your liver too.
The first thing, you have to recognize the problem and find someone for help. You do not believe, but in my practice, I remove people from painkiller and their pains are gone.

Sorry, I do not want to make you low. I just share with you my concerns about your health.

I wish you a good health.
Answered: Mon, 25 Mar 2013
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