About Me: Female, 56, Manila, Philippines, member since Mar 2011
i'm 50 yrs old, a single parent. presently i'm connected in the government. I have asthma since 23 yrs old. Year 2007 i was diagnosed og gallstones,and last august 2010 i was diganosed of hyperacidity. My doctor prescibed me of drinking omepron once a day. Last january
[More] 2011 i was diagnosed of Hepa-B non-infectious after a series of laboratory examination. Right i now my did not give me any medicines for this illness. she said that i will just be back after 6 months. Do you have any treatment that can help me to clear wioth this virus?
"Good day may ask if there are food supplement that will help my immune system? I'm a hepa-b carrier. A friend of mine gave me wheat grass to drink, but i'm affraid to try it. Further, i was also diagnosed with hyperacidity..... "
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