Can we give tablet neurobin forte if suffering from liver cirohsis and hep c.

Vitamins. Neurobion forte is a tablet that containing b vitamins that are used in metabolism in the body. They are helpful in the maintenance of skin and teeth, muscle development and muscle tone, and nervous system function. The immune system also depends on various b vitamins, as do cells that grow and divide rapidly, such as red blood cells. Should not hurt the liver.

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How can we reduce sgpt and sgot level if suffering from liver cirohsis and hep c if the patient is not a candidate for interferon etc?

Hepatitis. This is truly a question and answer best evaluated and discussed with your hepatologist and liver specialty group since there might be alternative methods that can be used since there might not be available usage with interferon. Read more...
Newer therapy. New therapy is available-one is vitriallis i may have mispselle d this but it causes much fewwer side effects and is better tolerated. Read more...

Should neksium 40mg be given to patients suffering from liver cirrhosis, hep c, if yes for how long?

It depends. The dose is usually no more than 20 mg a day in people whose liver isn't working well due to cirrhosis. If neksium is being given for occasional heartburn, perhaps talk to your doctor about positioning at night, changing diet, and other non-medication interventions. If you have esophagitis (inflammation) then you might need it every day. It is worth talking to your doctor about alternatives. Read more...

How bad is cirrhosis of the liver from hep c? Should I be angry at ex?

Anger unhelpful. Cirrhosis from hep c is one of the most common causes for liver transplantation in the U.S. Very bad disease. Hope you are getting treated. Means of acquisition of hep c not always very clear. Some from blood transfusions years ago, IV drug use w needle sharing, but sexual transmission not entirely clear since many couples have only one partner positive after years of cohabitation. Read more...
Tx for Hep C. Unfortunately it is bad. The good news is that in few months medicines would cure or eliminate the virus. Make sure you discuss treatment with a liver specialist, a gastoenterologist or infectious disease specialist. Read more...

I have hep c. Also cirrhosis of the liver. I am very tired and can hardly function. What can I do?

Many things. You already abstain from alcohol! sleep 8 hours. Eat enough protein: 1/2 gram per pound of body weight daily. Alpha lipoic acid, phosphatidyl choline, coenzyme q10, b vitamins, milk thistle and n-acetyl cysteine are all valuable liver supports. You may want to have your doctor evaluate your ammonia level. There are medications to help if that is elevated as often occurs in cirrhosis. Read more...

My husband has hep c and cirrhosis stage 4 since 2003 he is getting his liver tapped today. He is on lasiks 3 times a day at 4o mg a pop. His liver and?

What is the ? Cirrhosis represents scarring of the liver. It is usefully classified as child's (or child-pugh) class a, b or c. This has nothing to do with hep c as such. Tapping fluid (ascites) suggests it is class b or c and often indicates there is poor fluid and salt management. Lasix (furosemide) needs only once daily therapy. 120 of Lasix (furosemide) usually requires spironolactone to counter the k+ loss (often in a 40:100 ratio). Read more...
Ascites. Your description sounds like end stage liver disease with ascites. Abdominal paracentesis to remove fluid should temporarily relieve symptoms andcan be repeated as needed. Read more...

Is fatty liver the first step nearing cirrhosis? Would it be like fatty liver hep c then cirrhosis? ? If you drink heavy every day for 10 year?

Liver disease. Hepatitis C is a specific virus which is implicated in liver disease. Liver disease can be caused by a variety of factors, including diet, medication, alcohol, genetics, and infection (e.g. Hep C). Fatty liver disease can be potentially reversed if you are able to treat. Cirrhosis is thought to be irreversible. Cirrhosis often starts with fatty liver disease. Seek help for heavy drinking. Read more...