I am not saying that I think it is liver issues but it is something that you should address with your GI. http://www.ccfa.org/info/about/complications/liver
Primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC)
This condition is a particular form of severe inflammation and scarring that develops in the bile ducts. about
half of all PSC patients have IBD. PSC occurs more frequently in people with ulcerative colitis than in those with Crohn's disease, affecting men more than women. Symptoms include jaundice, nausea, weight loss, and itching
. PSC may not improve with medical treatment for IBD and may ultimately require liver transplantation. The cause is not known and there is no effective medication for PSC. To correct severe narrowing of the bile ducts, a balloon-tipped tube may be inserted into the duct to enlarge it. Fortunately, the incidence of PSC is rare among people with IBD: Only about
5% of ulcerative colitis patients (and those are individuals with extensive disease) and 1% of Crohn's disease patients develop this condition. On extremely rare occasions, cancer of the bile ducts (cholangiocarcinoma) may develop. There is also an increased incidence of cancer of the colon in IBD patients who have sclerosing cholangitis.