With abdominal pain, discomfort and generalized symptoms you should avoid any form of exertive physical activity. If it is viral hepatitis you should be careful so that you are in quarantine and do not spread the highly infectious hepatitis.
Slow walks are the only exercise advised to you and that to after the acute phase.
Avoid all forms of exertion.
With building up of energy you can increase the intensity.
Avoid milk or fat and you sure should limit caffeine.
All toxins, pigments, additives and fat digestion is addressed by your liver. Also you should limit proteins.
You can have natural food without any added flavors and pigments and home cooked food without any oils, fats based primarily of carbohydrates and some protein. You can have milk without fat as in completely toned form.
Homemade candy without those added pigments, flavors is always good. Drink sufficient water and with decrease of symptoms like jaundice and change of stool color you can start slowly fats and proteins.
don`t know if my hepatitis is infective
The gastro said that my disease is untreatable that`s why he didn`t gave me a medicine
but still if feel different symptoms and i feel irritated because i have ascites on feet and whenever i walk my left foot always twist..how can i prevent this ascites doc?
doc i`ll give you my result
hope you can suggest
HbsAg 3.562 > 0.800 => REACTIVE
HBeAg 0.20 NON-REACTIVE
if HBeAg would be greater than 0.735 (CUT OFF), then it would be REACTIVE.
You are suffering from infective viral Hepatitis which is caused by Hepatitis B.
Your physician is right in not prescribing any medication; if you have severe symptoms then you may consider taking some antiviral or interferon with his consultation.
Presently follow whatever dietary measures I have suggested in previous posts. You have to consider proper rest till your symptoms decrease.
For your ankle edema you have to sleep keeping your legs elevated on a pillow. Lift your legs on a stool while sitting to avoid pooling of venous blood after every 3-4 hours. Do some exercises at your ankle joint like pressing your foot down and lifting it up while keeping your legs straight to facilitate circulation.
doc am i a chronic carrier?
i`m still hoping i should not pass my disease with my family.am i highly infected?
doc when is my window period?
by how many years should i wait for my window period?
am i still able to clear the virus even if it is reactive?
how about my lifespan? should i live healthier then other normal person?
you know doc because of my disease my mental health is also affected but still
i keep on hoping and fighting
doc i am also worried with my job
what job should i get?
do you know jobs that is fit with hep b person?
thank you very much doc
and sorry for many questions
am i frustrated and feel irritated
still hoping for a new hope
At your age the immunity will be high and if you are not alcoholic then it is all the better.
You will fight the virus and build immunity.
Once infected you can be immune to Hepatitis B in future and the antibody titer can be detected in future as a check and to be sure.
Take a vaccine in the future and there is nothing to worry. Vaccine against Hepatitis A, B, C and E are available.
Presently till you are having infective hepatitis for a period of one month i would suggest you not to share plates, glasses, towels as any secretion of your body would contain active virus be it saliva, urine, semen etc.
Do not worry about job and you can do any work in the future, wait for the infection to be over and consult your physician when to start exercising and have an active life.
Till you have hepatitis B only two things to follow:
1) Quarantine yourself properly
2) Rest and take the diet as suggested.
im not alcoholic doc
i don`t even know how i get hepa b virus
i just a 19 yrs od boy
i stop my nursing course because of my disease
when i was ten i notice that my breasts were enlarge
when i start having fats on my bodies i don`t even know if i just have adipose tissue
doc am i a chronic carrier?
what about hepatic encephalopathy?
how could i control this?
i always suffer from my mental confusion sometimes it`s hard to think
thank you very much!
thanks because you give me your time
GOD BLESS YOU!
As a 19 year boy do not worry about anything. Visit a physician if only you have any symptoms or medical problems.
Let the infection subside and then follow healthy lifestyles like proper diet, exercise and avoid alcohol and avoid smoking.
You can get infection of Hepatitis B even by drinking in the same water glass of an infected person. It is highly infectious.
Concentrate on your studies and sports and live a stress free life.
May I asked if how still i live in this world as what my physician told me that it is a vertical transmission. my grandmother died in liver cancer and without knowing for how many years my mother has a chronic hepatitis b. when her gallstone taken away thats the time we all know that she has a chronic hepatitis b and with my sibling we done also the screening and it result the 3 of my siblings has a chronic hepatitis b.
My question is how many years I can still live when this kind of infection? is there a possibility that we are be treated?
dok..i need your good advice..what is the best thing to do in order to become strong,despite having this illness.im a hepa b patient..sine i found out this illness i never go to any doctor..home medication only...so what is the best thing to do doc plz help me....im taking everyday CONZACE...eating to much food with high protein can make hepa B more reactive is that true dok???coz i cant avoid those food which is high in protien help me dok
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