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Can diphenhydramine cause liver enzymes to be high drink alcohol

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I've had elevated liver enzymes since menopause. Alcohol consumption did not increase. After my ... good cholesterol around 95). I all but stopped drinking for 3 weeks (I am not an alcoholic, so ...

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occurred when I was drinking beer on weekends ( normally not during week). I have not had any alcohol ... a high ALT or GGT (ALT normally in 30’s and GGT in high 20’s on previous AnyLab results). The AST has ...

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received a call on 3/27/15 stating that my blood work came out fine except that my liver enzymes were high. She stated that they were not high enough to indicate anything was wrong with my gallbladder ...

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can drinking alot the night before bw up my alt to 62 and my ast to 52. is this terribly high ...

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and painkillers is the likely cause for the elevated liver enzymes? I have no symptoms at this time, this was just ... enzymes . My AST was 51 and ALT was 72. I also had high cholesterol at 258 (HDL=71, LDL=166, Triglycerides ...

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CAN DIPHENHYDRMINE IN ZZZQUIL CAUSE MY LIVER ENZYMES TO BE HIGHER. I WENT TO THE DOCTOR BECAUSE I HAD SOME BLOOD WORK DONE AND MY LIVER ENZYMES CAME BACK A HIGH. THE NIGHT BEFORE I COULDN T GO ...

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My liver enzyme result came back 129 I ve been told this is quite high but my dr didn t explain what it could mean. I do not drink any alcohol and haven t taken Tylenol in 15 years. I am currently ...

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to S. Bilirubin 7.64 Sgot 2145 Sgot 1964 Why r the results so high, I got operated for gall bladder 7months ago, I used to be regular drinker of alcohol around 200ml daily, but from last 7months ...

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I am 50 years old and my AST (SGOT) was 55 high and my ALT (SGPT) was 99 high. I do not drink alcohol nor do I take tylenol. I was wondering if this is because I take 8 vitamins daily. Calcuim 1200 mg ...

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My sister is an alcoholic. Her liver enzyme level has gone from a high of 155 months ago to 102 now. She stopped drinking for a few days, waters down her drinks, but is drinking again, I dont know how ...

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I ve just had a blood test and my doctor says I have high liver enzymes which are a cause of too ... how long my liver would take to recover to a safe level if I cut my drinking to 3 days a week ...

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My son had Mononucleosis 16 years ago caused by the CMV and had severe liver involvement. Hi SGOT .... Is this residual damage from his CMV infection and should he be drinking alcohol or taking Tylenol, etc? ...

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I got my routing 6 months checkup and got high Ast SGPT/SGOT .I doesn t drink alcohol and vegetarian by diet .Any recommendation to change my diet or eating habits .As is around 60.I have taken whey ...

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I stopped drinking alcohol more than 6 months ago and my then highly elevated GGT (and to some extent other liver enzymes) dropped after 2 months. GGT was then 84 and the other enzymes were within ...

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that the enzymes in my liver were really high and that I need to draw blood again. She was suggesting that it might be from drinking a lot. I haven t drank alcohol in a couple of weeks. One of my coworkers said it might ...

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No. You should not drink. You will do more harm to your liver. Better to avoid alcohol. Please hit thanks if you like my answer.

doctor1 MD

Welcome to healthcare magic. SGOT/ SGPT are the liver enzymes which are raised due to damage to liver cells.Alcohol, certain medicines, infections increase liver enzyme. Food poisoning may elevate liver enzymes, but you need to correlate this with your past results. Hepatitis A and E are transmitted via food. Hepatitis causes significant rise in liver enzymes.

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Hello, Stop alcohol,if taking. Avoid fatty diet and drink plenty of water. Stop pain killers and herbal preparations,if using. Eat fresh fruits,green vegetables and do regular exercises. Get the liver enzymes repeated after 6 weeks. If still high,then consult a Gastroenterlogist for proper evaluation and investigations so that cause can be found and treated accordingly. Thanks