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Hepatitis B Dna Viral Load
Hbv DNA viral load result: 451.35 iu/ml (1895.67 copies/ml) HBsAG 4.441 and antihbs 0.10. What does this mean? Thank you!
Hepatitis B carrier: You are a hepatitis b carrier - with high levels of hepatitis b surface antigen (hbsag) as well as hbv dna positive. You should see a hepatologist, a liver md for treatment. In this era, there are medications that can suppress hbv dna replication, i.e. Decrease the generation of new viral particles, decreasing injury to the liver and long term complications, such as cirrhosis and liver cancer. ...Read more
Hepatitis is an inflammatory condition of the liver. Almost all cases are caused by viruses, including most commonly hepatitis a, hepatitis b, and hepatitis c, or by toxins (eg alcohol). The liver swells, it doesn't work properly leading to a failure to detoxify some biochemical substances, and a failure to excrete bilirubin, leading to jaundice. Some cases are fatal, ...Read more
I am suffer from hepatitis b my viral load is reduced from 5000 to 3 point at last year 2012. This year till not checked. Pl advis shall i go 2 marry?
Get married: Anyone with hepatitis b infection should make sure that their partners and other people they live with get vaccinated for hepatitis b. That will help protect your loved ones. I am not sure what "3 point" means, but this is a low viral load. The viral load and liver enzymes need to be measured about twice a year so stay in touch with your health provider. ...Read more
I have a hepatitis b for past 2 years. Shall i go to marry. Pl tell it is dangerous disease? Pl tell the life time: viral load <3.8 iu/ml
Can a person get completely cured of hepatitis b once his viral load is constantly negative and his HBsAG and hbeag is negative?
Hepatitis b. new diagnosis of hep b, dangerous livers #s. after follow up in 3 wks liver #s normal, hep b viral load, 12000 iu..sign of recovery?
Too soon: You need more testing before this question can be answered. Please be patient. You are not out of the woods yet. ...Read more
Avoid toxins: A healthy diet for you and most of the rest of us would consist of eating mostly a plant based diet void of the chemicals found in highly processed foods or antibiotics/hormones found in animal products from today's factory farms. Also, avoid alcohol in excess and hepatotoxic drugs and you can rest assured you are on the right path. Good luck! ...Read more
Could homeopathy have any medicine to cure chronic hepatitis b or atleast lower the viral load drastically ?
Collaborative care: A homeopath may be able to help you with hepatitis b, in collaboration with conventional medical care. There are over 100 remedies that include liver inflammation (hepatitis) in their complete symptoms. It's important to realize that homeopathy is not the kind of medicine that eliminates viruses, but it can strengthen the individual's resilience so that s/he can better fight off infection. ...Read more
Could Ayurveda have any medicine to cure chronic hepatitis b or atleast lower the viral load drastically ?
Ayurvedic medicine: I am not an Ayurvedic practitioner. However, I do believe that many alternative therapies can have overall beneficial effects on a person's well being. This, in turn, may translate into better response to traditional treatments. I don't know if anyone can give a definitive answer to your question, but if a person feels calmer, better, with alt. therapies, this can only be a good thing! ...Read more
Is there a need for treatment when your HBV viral load is normal, negative hbseg but positive for hepatitis b?
Probably not: Assuming your liver function tests are normal (alt < 19), then you are probably a hep b carrier and need to monitored every 6 months for re-activation. ...Read more
Hepatitis b is a viral liver disease. Until vaccines were developed this was a very common cause of hepatitis, and still is in some countries. Hep b is a progressive chronic disease which can lead to cirrhosis and also to cancer of the liver. It is also implicated in the causation ...Read more
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