What causes high liver enzymes and low blood sugar?

Liver and sugar. High liver enzymes can arise from a number of conditions and you need to see your doctor very soon. How low is your low blood sugar? How often do you measure your blood sugar? What diabetes medication are you using? Put this all together and you MUST see your doctor!

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Is it possible for too much sex to cause high liver enzymes in blood?

Unlikely. Never heard of that one. High liver enzymes can be caused by a number of things including medications, too much alcohol, drugs, trauma to the liver and infections like hepatitis. Never heard of sex causing elevation of liver enzymes though. Read more...

What could cause open sores on leh, elevated liver enzymes, chri ic fever, blood infections that great pseudo, ongoing fatigue, elevated ana?

Can't dx. This can't be diagnosed with the information that is available. A history, physical examination & other studies may be needed to determine cause/causes. Once accurately assessed a treatment plan can be developed. Read more...

I am 18 years old and have been having very high liver enzymes and abnormal blood chemistry. I already have loads of anxiety so do you think i'll die?

You need help... Unfortunately, you haven't told us how high or which liver enzymes are involved, or for what duration, nor what liver disease you may have. We're happy to help, but need more information. Your anxiety is appropriate, but you should address your concerns to your personal physician(s) who is(are) treating you & know you best. Of course, please avoid alcohol & other liver toxic agents. Good luck. Read more...

I got blood work, and it came back with high liver enzymes. Should I be worried?

Need more info. What are the actual results? Elevated liver enzymes may be due to alcohol intake, infection with hepatitis viruses, medication side effects and more. Please consult your doctor for proper evaluation. Read more...

Is it possible to have high liver enzymes in blood if its an other part in your body messing up not your liver?

Yes. Depending on the underlying illness, many things can directly or indirectly affect the liver. For example, sepsis or becterial infection of the bloodstream can cause fever, chills, and ultimately, multi-organ failure exemplified by the liver and kidneys. Liver function tests go up frequently in situations like this. Cancer is another example, and any bile duct block, like gallstones can do it. Read more...