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What is the best advice you can give to person who have hepatitis b ?
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Dr. Jason Hemming
Internal Medicine - Gastroenterology
2 doctors agree
In brief: HCC risk
You should follow closely with a gastroenterologist as you may be at risk for hcc (cancer of the liver) and might need regular screening.

In brief: HCC risk
You should follow closely with a gastroenterologist as you may be at risk for hcc (cancer of the liver) and might need regular screening.
Dr. Jason Hemming
Dr. Jason Hemming
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Dr. Pavel Conovalciuc
Family Medicine
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Help your liver
The best advice would be not to harm your liver more than it is already.
Lead a healthy lifestyle - avoid alcohol, known toxins, including meds, unhealthy diets - cola products, high fat foods. If you hepatitis is active, you may consider having it treated and therefore eradicate the virus. If it is dormant, check your liver enzymes periodically to make sure it remains the same.

In brief: Help your liver
The best advice would be not to harm your liver more than it is already.
Lead a healthy lifestyle - avoid alcohol, known toxins, including meds, unhealthy diets - cola products, high fat foods. If you hepatitis is active, you may consider having it treated and therefore eradicate the virus. If it is dormant, check your liver enzymes periodically to make sure it remains the same.
Dr. Pavel Conovalciuc
Dr. Pavel Conovalciuc
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Dr. Pavel Conovalciuc
Also, immunize against hepatitis A to potentially prevent this infection from taking place. Use precautions - avoid using common toothbrush, having sex with multiple partners etc.
Dr. Jamie Berkes
Internal Medicine - Hepatology
In brief: See a physician
Tje first thing you should do is see a hepatologist or gastroenterologist to assess the status of your hepatitis b.
Current treatments are highly effective, but not all people require treatment.

In brief: See a physician
Tje first thing you should do is see a hepatologist or gastroenterologist to assess the status of your hepatitis b.
Current treatments are highly effective, but not all people require treatment.
Dr. Jamie Berkes
Dr. Jamie Berkes
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