What is the remedy for hepatitis b?

Medications. There are anti-viral medications that are used in certain people with chronic active hepatitis b. Best to see your doctor to discuss.

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Is there treatment for hepatitis b?

Yes! There are several good medications which can treat hepatitis b virus infection. The two most commonly used are Entecavir and tenofovir. In addition, hepatitis b virus infection can be treated with interferon. Hepatitis b can exist in many forms, some of which do not require treatment. You should discuss this with your doctor to see which form you have. Read more...

What is the immediate treatment for hepatitis b?

Depends. Most patients infected with hepatitisb will resolve the infection on their own without medical intervention. However, some patients do not. It is very important to be followed by a doctor to see if you "clear" the hepatitis b infection on your own or develop chronic hepatitis b in which case antiviral medication will likely be needed. Avoid alcohol and sex while your body is fighting the infection. Read more...
Hepatitis B. This all depends. 80% of adults who get hepatitis b clear it and do not have the chronic illness. If one has the chronic active form of hepatitis b then there are several medications that are designed to suppress the virus and keep it from further harming your liver. These medications and their effect must be monitored over time. Read more...

What is the latest development of hepatitis b treatment?

Antivirals. The most commonly used antiviral medications against hepatitis b are Entecavir and tenofovir. Both are well tolerated and do a great job stopping the hbv from making copies of itself. No medications cure hepatitis b so many people have to take them indefinitely. Gilead is working on an immune enhancer drug that might help control hbv as well as a tenofovir-like drug with fewer kidney problems. Read more...

Hello I was just diagnosed with hepatitis b, is there a treatment for me or can it naturally go away after awhile?

Recheck in 6 months. For acute HBV infection, 80% of patients will become immune, the viral infection will resolve. In 20% of patients, the virus will persist, leading to a chronic carrier state. The timeline distinguishing acute from chronic is 6 months, in other words, if the HBV surface antigen persists after 6 months from onset of infection, the patient is labelled a chronic carrier. There is treatment for this. Read more...

What is the treatment for patients with hepatitis b?

Antivirals. Traditionally Interferon alpha and Lamivudine with newer antivirals available. The decision to treat and treatment follow-up are to be individualized. Read more...

I'm not sure but is inosine being used for hepatitis b treatment?

Inosine. Inosine is a nucleoside which has been studied for use in hepatitis B. Although a few trials were promising, it currently plays no role in hep B treatment. Current medications available for control of hepatitis B are effective and well-tolerated. I would not recommend adding this to any current therapy which you may require. Good luck. Read more...

Hello pls what is hepatitis B, and what is d cause and the treatment? And is it a chronic disease?

It is a virus. That is often spread through sexually contact or blood transfusions(less common in this day and age). It mostly effects the liver. For some people it only cause short term issues when they are exposed(acute hepatitis B) but 15-30% of people with acute hepatitis B will develop a long term chronic hepatitis B. There is much more to know but it's too complicated for this small space. Read more...

How good Ayurvedic treatment in hepatitis b case?

Not. Ayurvedic treatment not good for anything. It useless. It based on primitive superstitions & fallacies without a lick of scientific evidence. The only people who benefit from ayurvedic medicine the worried well for whom it placebo, and the practitioners who only too happy to relieve their clients of hard-earned cash. Read more...