No, not the kind you eat! Last winter some blood work showed that I had an elevated liver enzyme level. Weird because I rarely drink. Had a CT scan performed because the doctor thought I had an enlarged spleen. At the time, he told me that the CT scan was fine and the spleen was normal. Well, six months later, they drew blood again and the liver enzyme was still high. So I asked again if the CT scan had showed anythinbg alarming. He said no...just that I have a pretty big liver (sounds alarming to me.) He referred me to a liver specialist, who I see tomorrow. Even though I've known about this appointment for a month-and-a-half, I'm kinda worried about it now. Are there ever any minor liver problems? Something that goes away on its own or can be treated with medication? I guess I'm concerned because it's such a damned complicated part of the body. It's probably a lot easier to treat heart ailments. I really need to stay away from the medical web sites because my eyes always dart down to the "C" word. Oh well, guess I'll see what direction the professionals want me to go after tomorrow.