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can diabetes cause your liver enzyme to be elevated?

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Dr. Bradford Romans
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Not usually: There is a relationship with diabetes, elevated blood fats, and obesity.Fat can cause elevated liver tests.There also are many other causes of elevated liver tests.Your doctor can sort this out.
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