If you have a normal liver panel can that necessarily mean that whatever you are taking is not stressing your liver?or could it not even matter?My doc has been busy and has not been able to return my calls yet.So thats why I ask you guys.anyway let me know.
It only means that your liver is keeping up fairly well with what the demand are presently.
It does not however mean that your should ad hoc continue non-prescription or unneccessary meds.
Everything takes somewhat of a tole so where medications are concerned take the minimum required dosage whenever you can as long as tests reveal that the smaller dose is working.
For instance a blood pressure med can only be lowered provided it does not endanger you in other ways...but some drugs, antidepressants might be a good example, would be best kept to the lowest dose that might benefit as over time they do tend to effect liver function.
Well if it has iron, Vitamin A and K in it you might not be doing yourself any big favors as A&K are stored in the liver and you dont need extra and iron helps the virus to replicate so you really dont want to take that.
Maybe it’s time to change Drs. since you basically asked the same question 3 months ago and he is still avoiding you.
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