Can aspirin increase my liver enzymes the way alcohol does?

No . Aspirin is not toxic to the liver the way alcohol is. By contrast, the active ingredient in tylenol (acetaminophen) is highly toxic to the liver in large doses. People who drink alcohol excessively are at increased risk of liver damage if they take excessive doses of tylenol or other drugs that contain acetaminophen. healthtap.

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How can I tell if my liver enzymes are elevated from taking aspirin and not from alcohol use?

Halt the injury. Liver enzyme elevation results from destruction of liver cells. Alcohol is a toxin that can severely damage the liver and stopping alcohol use will certainly reduce liver damage. A typical baby Aspirin should not have much impact on a previously healthy liver, but alcohol will. Read more...

Why might my liver enzymes be enlarged when I am otherwise fit and do not drink alcohol often?

Find cause. Something as simple as taking Ibuprofen can raise them. Other possibilities include being an extreme athlete, having hepatitis b or c on board, having hemochromatosis or wilson's (don't miss those) or despite your fitness level having metabolic syndrome. Read more...

I'm 5 months clean of all illegal drugs and alcohol, the med I'm on to help me stay clean is causing high liver enzymes what else is there to help me?

What med? I'm not sure what medication you're referring to, to help you stay clean. Seroquel (quetiapine) is an antipsychotic but doesn't interrupt drug or alcohol craving. If there's something else you haven't mentioned, please share this when re-asking your question and we can try again. Depending on how severely you drank and used drugs, your liver enzymes could still be elevated from that. Read more...