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Opdivo and Elevated Liver Enzymes

I did my fourth Opdivo treatment a few days ago and was told after the treatment that my blood test was showing that my liver enzymes were elevated.  I thought initially that it must obviously be a side effect however I'd like to rule out one other possibility.  In order to make sure I was hydrated so that the nurse could more easily find a vein for my IV I drank a boat load of water the day before and the morning of my treatment.  I don't usually drink that much water.  Could the water have caused an increase in my liver enzymes?
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Been a while since you posted but no, water wouldn't increase your liver enzymes to my knowledge.  How is it going now?  
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