Liver Enzym's High double and triple the amount 3 months in

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I have been taking it for 3 months now. and my liver enzyms are showing very high, now I might add I gained 45 pounds in 2 months so I am assuming my liver was on over load. I was binge eating. The hunger has warn down majorly, I am on a strict diet of Coffee and food when hungry only now. Has anyone else ran into this? Also my new shrink wants to take me off of it because of my liver enzym's but hes a jerk and did not want to see me anyways.

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     Am three weeks in and eating everything in sight, hope it will only be tempory, needed to put some weight on but not as quickly as this. Liver ok so far
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    it hould subside by the end of the third month. just practice self control.  i know it is tough on this medication. It like smoking pot and getting the munchie. 
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    oh i forgot to add i am on 30 MG Mirtazapine ( Remeron)  but on name brand.  I am also on Bupropion, calledd (welbutrin SR in the states) Sustained released .  im also on a pain medication that is suppose to be easy on the liver and on clonazepam for PTSD or Panic Attacks. 
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    you were right to think your liver is in overload.  Try to eat less fat and control your eating if possible so the liver does not have to work so hard. Remember if you abuse your liver you may not survive for a long time.

    Richard

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