hey thier im a chronic hbv carrier been fighting this disease since i was a kid , this disease been causing alot of stress for me , and its hard living a normal life knowing others out thier not knowing how i was in this situation since its a sex transmitted disease , but i got it not from having sex cause ive never in my life had sex, im still trying to figure out how i got this disease, and i was wondering if thier is anyone from cali whose in my situation who would like to talk?
There are many ways of catching the disease. One can get it at the barber or through a used syringe if those people are not careful, or if anybody at home or near friend has it and by mistake their infected blood got to you. In your case you probably got it from your mother at birth, if she had it then. Goto a hepatologist or a gastroentrologist for treatment options. keep reading posts here. Keep monitoring LFTs (every 3 months), liver ultrasound (6 monthly), fibroscan (6 monthly), HBsAg quantitative by Abbot Architect (yearly), HbeAg (yearly), PTT (3 monthly), RFT (6 monthly).
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