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The most common causes of elevated liver enzymes include heart failure, alcohol use, certain prescription and over-the-counter medications, hepatitis and obesity, according to Mayo Clinic. Other causes include celiac dis... More »

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Elevated liver enzymes can be caused by damage, medications, cirrhosis, liver cancer and various other diseases, reports Mayo Clinic. Other conditions include alcohol, hepatitis, obesity and fatty liver disease. However,... More »

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High levels of liver enzymes are not deadly, but the higher levels may indicate liver trauma, according to eMedicineHealth. However, most liver complications found through blood tests that reveal high enzyme levels are n... More »

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Many conditions and diseases can contribute to elevated liver enzyme counts, including taking certain medications, drinking alcohol, obesity and heart failure, according to Mayo Clinic. Having one of the three forms of h... More »

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