I saw this community and i just think i love. You guys seem to be very much educated as far this disease is concerned!
Recently I went for med. checkup and was told that i have HBV. The result came positive and the doctor said it been there for some time. He did not say much about the result, but only prescribe me LIV.52 and Selenium Immunace, to be taken daily.
Can anyone explain the following results to me?:
That was very helpful. But please in case fibroscan/ultrasound results come worse, can interferon or any natural herbs help improve my case? I have been on this LIV.52 and Immunace Antioxidant but I am not feeling any better. I explained to my doctor but he will not even change my medicine. I do not know what to do!
I want to comment but you gave little info for me to comment. For example; ALT/AST info, what kind of pains/discomforts you felt, etc. will give us clearer picture. But for now, i can only say the same thing with djxpress.
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