Elevated liver enzymes?
- 11 May 2010 by cbaurora
- prilosec, prilosec otc, nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, blood disorders
could the use of Prilosec OTC cause my blood test results to reflect an increase in liver enzymes and "fatty liver"?
Added 11 May 2010:
and, if I discontinue the use of Prilosec OTC will it improve they symptoms and my will my liver enzymes improve?
11 May 2010
Yes I just read it can increase your AST(sgot) and also your ALT(sgpt) i would get a blood test.A standard one will tell you if it increased your enzymes unless they are already elevated(hepatitus??).So I would check that out
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