I had gastric bypass surgery 14 years ago and have lost 140#. Needless to say I have may of the dificiencies that go along with it. A recent physical indicated that my liver emzymes are elevated to about double the normal range. This is the first time I have ever had this issue. I' m curious if it could be due to the medications I am taking or if it might be wine or the possile combination of both. I am currently taking Welbutrin 150mg bid, Prozac 10mg 1xd, for depression with a recent addition of neurontin liquid 350mg bid & capsules 300mg 1xd for fibromyalgia, Prilosec 1xd for uclers, Celebrex 1xd for inflammation causing chronic pain, Skelaxin,400mg 2-4xweek, Addarall 50mg daily for ADD, Foltrin bid for anemia, Estrovent for hot flashes, an most recently I am being bolased with 5000u Vit. D due to vit D deficiency and liquid calicium 1000mg with 400mg vit D.
I have never been much of a drinker, if i had 5 drinks/year that was a lot. In the last year I have found that I enjoy a glass of wine or two in the evening. At the most I may drink 1-2 glasses 4 nights/week but usually less.
What do you think is the most likely cause of elevated liver emzymes? How high is considered alarming?