Calcium and liver enzymes elevated

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Going back to the doc Friday to discuss HRT and my anxiety. Just wonder if any of you ladies had this result after bloodwork?

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    Hi Nancy,

    I had elevated liver enzymes (pretty high, in the 300s), this was during my worse time. I thought maybe it had to do with the zantac I was taking because it can affect the liver, but of course my doctor said no. But.. 

    I'm not sure about calcium, I'm guessing that was normal since I don't remember anything about that. 

    Eventually my liver enzymes came back down to normal. I'm thankful I didn't have the liver biopsy they wanted to do! And all the other tests they did, for autoimmune hepatitis, and other hepatitis's were all normal. 

    Please let me know what happens.

    XO

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      Hi Suzanne...

      My gyn prescribed a 10 day 10 mg dose of Provera. He said my uterine lining is too thick. So this will cause a cycle and we'll go from there. Going to redo bloodwork in a couple weeks and "keep an eye on it" It left me feeling a bit more hopeless. 😕

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    Same here! Last month one liver enzyme was off. This month its elevated. I go on line to check my results and doctors note says don’t take Tylenol. I told him last month i don’t take Tylenol!!! He doesn’t seemed concerned but my thought is something has to be causing it!! 
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