Hepatitis b patients can't drink beer?

Those... With liver disease, either viral or otherwise, should not abuse alcohol although one beer probably will not hurt.

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Does drinking beer to about 300 to 500ml, very often, 3 to 4 times a year, would affect my liver, as im hepatitis b, but taking liv52?

Yes, you SHOULDN'T. There is no amount of alcohol that is safe for a damaged liver, and no amount of alcohol that can be safely taken with the medications used to treat hepatitis. The fact that you are willing to risk your health for a few pints of beer indicates to me that, whatever the amount you drink, it is a problem for you. You should remain completely abstinent. Any chance of more damage is too great for you. Read more...
Limit alcohol intake. Amount you drink is important. Try not to exceed alcohol intake more than what you have specified currently. Read more...

What kind of meals eat a hepatitis. B patient?

Whatever you like. Your diet will be unrestricted unless your liver fails and hopefully this won't happen if you comply with treatment. Read more...

What is treatments for patients with hepatitis b?

Several. Once a doctor has decided that someone does need treatment for their chronic hepatitis b infection (not everyone needs treatment immediately), they may recommend drugs that block viral replication, like tenofovir or entecavir. Less commonly, they might recommend an immune drug called interferon alfa that helps the body fight the hepatitis b. It is important to be monitored regularly. Read more...

Can you have sex with a hepatitis b patient after you have been vaccinated?

Yes. The vaccine should protect you from infection. However, not everyone develops immunity after completing the vaccine series. You can find out whether you're immune by getting a hepatitis b surface antibody (hbsab) checked. It should be positive. Read more...
Theoretically yes. I would make sure that your vaccination worked i.e. Check hepatitis b titers before doing so however. Ask your physician about this. Read more...