Hi, hepatitis infection can cause damage to the liver, consult your doctor and have your liver enzymes checked. Symptoms of hepatitis B would be jaundice, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain and fever. For chronic infections antiviral medications help fight the virus and slow its ability to damage your liver. Several medications are available. Your doctor can suggest which medications may be most appropriate for you. Regards.
in adults hbv clears anyway, it is not the vitamins.adults have immune system!
chronic carriers are all from birth, at birth there is no immune system, so hbv can become chronic.in this case only a decade of antivirals and peginterferon add on can clear the infection
vitamins are useless on chronic carriers but can fasten clearance in adults which is usually 6-12months.vitamin C must be liposomal or IV otherwise nothing is absorbed in the stomach and vitamin d3 is more effective than vitamin C to modulate immune system
Dear all thanks for the advise.
I made full liver check up except Liver bypsy and found that there is no hbv in my body...but the problem found is that there is lots of fat in my liver and it has been identified as fatty liver. Now i am feeling regular light pain in my right upper abdomen. Please advise what should i do to eleminate this disease. What precaution and suppliments should i take.
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