~Elevated Liver Enzymes

Taking so many medications ( well some of Us with sickle cell do—- others are fortunate not to need as much) But for those of us that take several doses of pain medication on a regular basis it is so important to be aware of your Liver function. What does it do, and just how well is it working. If you have been suffering from sickle cell your entire life and is approaching your 40’s its important to have the “Enzymes” in your liver checked if it has not been done so already.  Ok what are Enzymes?? Well do your research http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enzyme  if the levels in your liver are too high it’s not a good thing!

I watch what I eat, drink, and how much pain meds flow through out my body. Its my body and I Love every inch of it so for all those sickle cell soldiers marching on, do what you gotta do and keep your body strong! For more information on “How to Lower Elevated Liver Enzymes” follow this link((Especially if you take Vicodin or frequent use of acetaminophen, brand-name Tylenol, and NSAIDs such as ibuprofen  and aspirin for pain))—>>http://www.livestrong.com/article/339897-how-to-lower-elevated-liver-enzymes/

~SickelCellDiva~

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