sad to say, wala pa talagang gamot sa sakit na ito. Mostly is pampigil lang sa pagdami ng virus at para maiwasan ang pagkasira ng atay, un ay mga antivirals na tinatawag. Pero depende rin sa case ng bawat isa, pwede kasing hindi ka magtake ng gamot. Ang magandang gawin is to live a healthy lifestyle. wag iinom, wag maninigarilyo, wag magpupuyat, kumain ng mga masusustansya, wag magpapa stress. Pwede ka rin magtake ng mga vitamins na pampalakas ng immune system. At laging i-monitor ang iyong sakit. Go to a hepatologist to determine your condition.
Lagi ka rin manalangin sa Diyos. Have faith. There are always 3% na gumagaling every year with proper control of the virus and immune system, and a healthy lifestyle. God bless.
hi nag reactive ako dati s hepatitis b virus. fortunately acute lang ayun after a month nag non reactive na.healthy lifestyle lang at vitamins proper diet no fats and proteins i mean walang any kind ng meat s pagkain ko. at cyempre panalangin at tiwala sa diyos, pwede nya tayo pagalingin lahat =)
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