I have been taking hydrocodone 10/500 for about 2 years and my doc said my liver enzymes were high what does that mean?
6 Aug 2010
Jewls, Hydrocodone contains a lot of acetaminophen which is very hard on your liver. It would make sense that your enzymes would be high BUT high liver enzymes occurs in other areas as well. If you need to be on pain killers for a medical problem, you might want to switch to Norco 10/325, which is also hydro but with less tylenol or maybe a transdermal patch. Take care of yourself and be well. Julie
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