How many years it takes for hepatitis b and c to damage the liver completely?

Undetermined. Everyone is different. It depends on the body's immune system. Some may not even develop damage. Some may progress to scarring (cirrhosis) after 5-10 yrs.
It depends. There is no single answer to this question. It varies depending on the situation.

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A new aide for mom had a liver transplant years ago and has chronic hepatitis b. Is my mom in danger of getting hep b?

No. As long as they wear proper personal care equipment with healthcare, such as gloves etc, there shouldn't be much risk. The main risk is with exposure to bodily fluids(blood, etc) and sex(clearly not an issue here). Read more...

Is hepatitis b can be cured now and what medicine or suppliments can I take to cure or help my liver to be healty again?

Yes it can. Hepatitis b is a curable disease nowadays. Whether you can be cured 100% or not, no one will guarantee. No supplement has been shown to work on it, but prescription medications such interferon and some anti-viral meds, like ribavarin, will be able to help. Talk to your doc, have a comprehensive exam and determine whether you are a good candidate for treatment. Read more...
Cure is . Cure is difficult. Best drug is viread. If hiv+ too, use truvada (emtricitabine and tenofovir). Monitor with e ag and antibody. Read more...

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...