Please try not to worry too much about
this..As Straydog said..the liver is very forgiving and now that you are switiching off the Percocet..it will begin to heal very quickly..
I was on Percocet for over 7 years and had the same thing happen with elevated liver panels..My Dr. switched me to Oxy IR...(so if your insurance has an issue with the Roxi..there is always the option of generic Oxycodone which is really cheap)...
I also had nausea almost every day the last year before I switched and had no clue that it was the acetaminophen...Within a week of going to the OxyIR...I felt GREAT!!!! It was amazing how all my nausea disappeared...I was estatic...
So...even though I have a wonderful and caring Dr..he has hundreds and hundreds of patients and I have to gently remind him at times that it's time for a certain test...(liver panel back then)...or tell him about
my nausea..which I kept to myself for too long!...and he is happy to work with me..They are just human..and yes..it's up to us to watch over every thing with our health care..
I am sending you big hugs..and it will all work out for you and it's actually a blessing to be switched to the Roxi as it will probably work better and now you have the flexibility to take an Advil at times when needed...which I find works in conjunction for inflammation with my other meds..but I like having the choice..
SB and "the pup who snores loudly"
ACDF C5-C7, (no hardware), with autograft bone Nov. 2001
(reabsorption of bone 2 years later...still lost in body..expect to burp it out at anytime..haha"))
ACDF with hardware, allograft bone Nov. 2005
Anterior and Posterior CDF, allograft bone with BMP, removal of old hardware, use of titanium plates, rods, screws, & kitchen sink (lol) Dec 2006