any one can advice i have compensated cirhosis taking meds and eating healthy but still i feel weakness sometimes and energetic the other day
any products or vitamin supplement i can use to cure weakness?
SafiSifa is spot on. You may feel "better" in 2 weeks, but you won't be 100%. When my Chronic Hepatitis B went active, I start with vague weakness that turned into major weakness. Vitamin D levels were horrible for me (I believe it was at 14, which is very low). As I am on TX and as my Vitamin D level is back in normal range, I definitely notice me getting stronger the past 3-4 weeks. I had to takes Vitamin D supplements - 5,000iu x2 daily to get me back up to normal due to no sun where I lived in winter.
No alcohol and no smoking is important. It destroys your liver. Depression, if any, is usually a sign of liver disease as well as low Vitamin D. Even if you are too weak to exercise, do it anyway! I pushed myself and would feel great after I did it. Unfortunately, some things do not allow me to exercise as much as I'd like to.
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