Doxycycline

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Doxycycline International Nonproprietary Name is a member of the tetracycline antibiotics group, and is commonly used to treat a vari...
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Doxycycline and Elevated Liver Enzymes

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" ...my symptoms appeared. I had many symptoms, including a high fever, over 103 F (39.4 ...and was not itchy, and raised liver enzymes. I was prescribed doxycycline, which got my temperature back to normal... "

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and doxycycline can cause elevated liver enzymes,...
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" Both minocycline and doxycycline can cause elevated liver enzymes, you had better speak with your doctor! Opugirl - doxy and mino work the same way and... "

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it's kept my cystic acne under control with no side effects...
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" ...liver enzymes. My dermo put me on doxycycline 100mg twice daily. I've been on it since - which I know is a long time, but it's kept my cystic acne under control with no side effects. And, like... "

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dangerously elevated liver enzymes, and the doxycycline...
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" ...it appears that I have dangerously elevated liver enzymes, and the doxycycline is the only thing I am aware of that could be responsible for this. As a result, I have to stop taking the... "

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he prolonged treatment with Doxycycline (400mg/day). I've b...
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" Doxy and elevated liver enzymes My recent blood work showed high levels of ALT ...be from the prolonged treatment with Doxycycline (400mg/day). I've been on Doxy and Biaxin (1g/day) for 7 months.... "

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have been put on doxycycline. Where do you think...
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" For 5 years I have been experiencing increasing neuropathy pain in both feet.  I ...lyme as well as elevated elevated liver enzymes and sgpt.  They tell me I ...am in the late stages.  I have been put on... "

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le Roxy may cause in long time use liver problems (m...
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" ...help her! PS: As have read Doxycycline is well tolerated while Roxy may cause in long time use liver problems (my wife has had increased liver enzymes), if I start her with... "

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lucose was low. I am on doxycycline for acne and do drynk a...
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" ELEVATED LIVER ENZYMES I had a physical done and they found that ...glucose was low. I am on doxycycline for acne and do drynk about ...of wine a day. I feel fine but have been more tired than normal. I am... "

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about taking Doxycycline and Ivermectin together....
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" ...also mentioned something about taking Doxycycline and Ivermectin together. I have ...Itraconazole and that may have increased liver enzymes. I stopped taking that and ...other antifungals. So I've been... "

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I have known that to cause elevated liver enzymes. Check it...
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" ...end up in ICU! Please go. Also you mentioned doxycycline... I have known that to cause elevated liver enzymes. Check it out! It is a nasty antibiotic but... "

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