For howlong dus a liver cirhossis patient having hep. B can live?

Depends. Prognosis depends on the stage of cirrhosis or if there are sogns of decompensation. However, there is reversal of damage with treatment.

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I've been diagnosed with fatty liver, is that the same as having cirrhosis or Hep B?

No. You need to get straight with your physician what is going on. If you drink as little as you say, alcohol is probably not the cause. A major gene for fatty liver / metabolic syndrome was just discovered and published in the NEJM a week ago. Hepatitis C can do this, but most often it's just you and it can be troublesome. Your best friend may be a return to a fitness-focused lifestyle. Read more...
Yes and no. Cirrhosis is the irreversible scarring of the liver with many causes including alcohol/drug damage, infections such as hepatitis, fatty liver, etc. however just because u have fatty liver does mean that u have cirrhosis. Usually if u catch fatty liver in the early stages u could reverse the damage by diet, exercise, sups and meds . Read more...
Yes and no . Fatty liver means that there is fatty cells have infiltrated the liver . Commonest cause is Obesity . A certain percentage of fatty liver can progress to to cirrhosis , but not all . Treatment is weight loss and decreasing fat and carb intake . Fatty liver is not the same as Hep B . Hep B is a viral infection , if untreated , can progress to Cirrhosis . . Read more...
Not really. Fatty Liver is also called Fatty Liver Disease which can be caused by a variety of reasons from diet, drugs, alcohol,infection or even Insulin resistance and it is reversible. Read more...
No. cirrhosis is advanced liver disease, scarring - from any cause. Hep B is a virus. you have fatty liver - make sure you stay at a good weight with a healthy lifestyle and you can avoid the worry of progression to cirrhosis. Read more...

Hello, my father in-law was diagnosed with Hep B and then later found out he also has Cirrhosis of the liver. He has had issues with edema?

Get him treated. This probably explains a lot of his ill-health that's been troubling him for years. This is actually GOOD news, because the cirrhosis of hepatitis B is largely reversible when he's treated. I'm glad you're there for him. Best wishes. Read more...

How long it will take to form cirrosis of liver from early fibrosis? In hep b alone. My age is 20 yrs. And osteosarcoma patient treated wid chemo.

It depends. Many lifelong hepatitis B carriers never get any fibrosis. Usually the infection can be managed with today's treatments, and it's likely that in the future it may be curable. Your Liv52 is a health fraud, but I'm very pleased you were able to survive your osteosarcoma. Hang on, continue to show the extraordinary bravery that you already have, and enjoy each day. Best wishes. Read more...

I am 17 yrs old, a hep b patient, and I have itchy scalp. Hair is thinning and falling. What should I do. Can I take triofer tablets without liver problem?

Consult dermatologst. You need to see your doctor or a dermatologist as you are only 17 years old and there is a scalp problem and you may need local treatment which is safe even with hep b.Probably seborrhic dermattits or others. Read more...