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Elevated Liver Enzymes and Hallucinations

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0.04% of the posts that mention Elevated Liver Enzymes also mention Hallucinations (5 posts)

Elevated Liver Enzymes

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(Hepatic enzyme increased)
(No information available for treating drugs for Elevated Liver Enzymes)

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Hallucinations

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(Hallucination)
hallucination, in broadest sense of the word, is a perception in the absence of a stimulus (physiology). In a stricter sense, hallucinations are defined as perceptions in a conscious and awake state in the absence of external stimuli which have qualities of real perception, in that they are vi... Read more on Wikipedia

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What patients are saying about Elevated Liver Enzymes and Hallucinations

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made my dad hallucinate and have spasms. took a while...
Fentanyl made my dad hallucinate and have spasms. took a while to ...things going on at once (elevated liver enzymes, morphine pump, Fentanyl patch, intractable...
my doctor had noticed elevated liver enzymes and wanted to...
...my doctor had noticed elevated liver enzymes and wanted to ...about a week before the Celexa, and it made me feel like pseudoephedrine. By day 3, ...natural, healthy, normal way. No hallucina...
-- hallucinations Gilenya -- macular edema which...
...hallucinations Gilenya -- macular edema which I already had in my R eye; my resting heart heart is consistently 52, so they don't want to try a med that will potentially lower it more. Aubagio -...
caused hallucinations with a week long hospitalization,...
...migraine headaches, interferons caused hallucinations with a week long hospitalization, and gilenya can cause macular edema which ...finally aubagio causes elevated liver enzymes which I have....
insomnia, hallucinations, depression, all the way to...
...same adverse reactions of amphetamines including psychosis, heart attack, insomnia, hallucinations, depression, all the way to elevated liver enzymes. Now as we are all medical students we know...
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