Elevated liver enzymes is reported only by a few people with Pneumonia. We study 2 people who have Elevated liver enzymes and Pneumonia from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Pneumonia can be treated by Levaquin, Azithromycin, Prednisone, Avelox, Levofloxacin (latest reports from 175,007 Pneumonia patients)
Elevated liver enzymes (high liver enzymes) has been reported by people with high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol, stress and anxiety, depression (latest reports from 257 Elevated liver enzymes patients).
On Sep, 19, 2016
2 people who have Pneumonia and Elevated Liver Enzymes are studied.
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Hello, in my early 20s I developed gastro-intestinal issues. I was prescribed Tagamet initially, but it never seemed to adequately manage the condition and I eventually developed a secondary condition called gynecomastia so I was taken off the Tagamet. Over the next 10 years I tried a myriad of other drugs. Pepcid, zantac, stelabid #2, prepulcid, pariat, pantloc and 1 or 2 that I may have forgotten. The majority of these drugs did little or virtually nothing to control the hyper- acidic conditition. In the early 90s I had finally found something that worked exceptionally well, Omeprazole (Losec). I had been taking 20mg daily right up until early 2016. Losec had become relatively ineffective at this time and I was briefly put on Pantoloc. Pantoloc like many previous drugs, was ineffective. In March of 2016, I began taking Dexilant and it has controlled my condition relatively well up until recently, when I was diagnosed with elevated liver enzymes (somewhere in the 300s, when it should be in the 30s.). While I enjoy the odd drink, I am not someone who consumes "alcoholic" proportions. I have had a few "stomache aches" over the past few months that tend to come and go and the doctor suspects it could be gallbladder related. I am due to have an abdominal assesment on Sept. 19. I will post a follow up then. I hope the information that I've provided will benefit the group.
Hello, i,ve been diagnosed with chronic eosinophilic pneumonia since 2012 and i was only 16 years old then. I have most of the time been on and off on steroids (prednisolone) and my body is now so addicted to them, that if i quit, i just get all the symptoms back and have a relaps. I was ...
Hello, in my early 20s I developed gastro-intestinal issues. I was prescribed Tagamet initially, but it never seemed to adequately manage the condition and I eventually developed a secondary condition called gynecomastia so I was taken off the Tagamet. Over the next 10 years I tried a myriad of ...
Hello, I have been in pain management for a year. Normally I take anywhere from 1 to 2 percocet at night in order to get pain relief from a spinal cord tumor. Sometimes I won't take any, other times I only take one or a half. There were days that I took 3 in a day due to severe pain. I have ...
I was given neulasta after chemo in Jan 2015. I ended up with a staph infection and pneumonia, spending a month in ICU with pneumonia, septic shock, intubated, kidney failure in an induced coma. I'm relatively fine now but saw a commercial about neulasta and pneumonia.
Hi, I am a 67 year old man. I have had psoriasis for decades. This past spring I was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis. I am a fairly heavy drinker and occasionally my AST and ALT are slightly elevated. I saw a rhumotologist this week and she ordered a series of blood work and X-rays. I got the ...
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