off label treatment (i mean off label, not experimental) in hbv research center:
entecavir (baraclude) 0.5mg+nitazoxanide (alinia) 1500mg, when hbsag lowers to 1000-1500iu/ml we add stagger peginterferon to boost hbsag decrease and gain seroconversion or improve immune control by low hbsag
Just a quick note to say hi!
I've been taking revovir for almost 3 yrs already.
It was shockingto know that the drug is legally distributed in the Philippines.
I was lost after reading your comments and posts about revovir. T_T
Past couple of years from over 10m, we got positive results went down to 1, 069 viral load.
Just had a check up last week with hbvdna result, it was baxk 7million. :(
I changed doctor as the previous doctor seems to not care about how i feel as a patient.
My second doctor recommended to take antecavir and when the results went down to thousands, he recommends to start interferon treatment for 12 months, should be consistent and no lapses.
Is this the right treatment?
Is there hope to become undetectable from the disease?
Please advise. Katie
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