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3 Medications That Can Cause Toxic Liver Disease If Taken Excessively

The liver is one organ that is responsible for numerous roles and functions of the human body. Most things we consume, drink or anything that gets into our bodies are first and foremost filtered by the liver, the unwanted chemicals and elements processed and forwarded as urine or bile.

But the problem is also that, some chemicals that can be found in the things we ingest, sometimes cause problems for the liver. Some medications we take for the purpose of handling some other health problems end up causing toxic liver damage or diseases. In this article for the purpose of enlightenment, we are going to have a look at some of the medications that can cause toxic liver disease. Just sit tight and enjoy this article whilst learning something new.

What Are The Medications That Can Cause Toxic Liver Disease If Taken Excessively?

1. Aspirin; this is one medication that is capable of causing toxic liver disease if taken excessively or even with alcohol. So you should never take this drug without the prescription and proper guidance from the doctor and medical professionals.

2 . Acetaminophen; it might come as a shocker to you that taking excessive acetaminophen can also cause liver damage. Notwithstanding the fact that acetaminophen is a pain relief drug, it is still important for you to take it with carefulness and guidance of a medical practitioner to avoid unknowingly abusing it.

3. Ibuprofen and Naproxen; if you are taking ibuprofen and naproxen, ensure you don't take them excessively because they can put much work and pressure on your liver thus leading to damage. Also never take these drugs with or alongside alcohol for your own good and safety.

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