Diane E wrote: I had labs drawn yesterday for my onc check up. Previous labs done were in December and they were fine. My AST and ALT are now elevated at 83 and 76, up from 36 and 32 in December. I see the onc today but already had a heads up from the Nurse Practioner that he is going to recheck them in a week and see what happens before doing a liver ultrasound. I hope it is the tamoxifen, but that really cuts down on years of meds available for ER and the ovaries would need to come out. I guess it is a small price to pay if he can tell me I am still NED. I did have a PET/CT in December that was negative and he told the NP he took great comfort in having that info. Diane Apr 30, 2009 PM jpann39 wrote: Diane I was told from the get go that Tamox is known to raise those #'s..... Well, I had inflammatory breast ca, so I have to get past the fact that 4 months is plenty of time for everything to rear its ugly head. I just did a 12 hr fasting blood draw and will see my doctor this coming week so will see what it has done to my numbers as Ive been on it over 2 years and had slightly high cholestrol to begin with. Best wishes Jule Apr 30, 2009 PM desdemona222b wrote: I had the same problem, but my liver enzymes were much higher than that - more like around 156 or something. how can i buy diflucan WRSH Partner, Phil Russotti, represented a 55 year old woman who was taking Tamoxifen following a radical mastectomy for breast cancer and who suffered liver failure requiring a liver transplant. After approximately nine months on the Tamoxifen she reported to her doctor, who was prescribing the medication that she was noticing fatigue. We claimed that her doctor should have ordered a liver function study. Three months later a subsequent treating doctor ordered liver function tests which were elevated. This second doctor failed to follow up on the elevated liver function studies, one month afterward she became jaundiced and shortly thereafter suffered acute liver failure resulting in the liver transplant. We claimed that the Tamoxifen should have been immediately discontinued when the liver study was abnormal which would have prevented the liver failure. Defendant claimed that the New York equivalent of Dalbert namely, the Frye requirement of scientific proof on the issue of causation had not been established showing a relationship between Tamoxifen and liver failure. The client has not had any difficulties with her transplanted liver for the past ten years. 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