Last June 2012, I was diagnosed of hepB positive...last Aug. 2013 I was operated for appendectomy.My gastro doctor told me that my sgpt was back to normal...but am not sure until now if am hepB free since I was not able to undergo lab test and check up since then. Now am suffering from rashes (pantal) all over my body except for my face almost every night.Is it related to my disease..pls help me
Hi livemore. Consult a gastro physician first. Ask him/her to assign some initial test like Hep B profiling and Blood chem test. That's the only time you will know your HepB status. If it turns out on your side, no need for meds. But if the virus persists, w/c I assume more than 6 mos already, then you are considered Chronic hepa carrier. What will happened next is prescription of meds by your physician. PM me if you need assistance.
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