There is treatment. But, it depends on your HBV conditions. Sometimes, you don't need treatment, but just monitor it. Sometimes, you should be treated. Please make careful decision before treatment. Once you get in it is not easy to get out.
i am recovering from chronic hbv. confined for 12 days. were u hospitalized? i am on a strict low-protein diet right now and taking lamivudine ( zeffix) once a day as well as vitamin k.
you need to consult a gastroenterologist to know the exact condition. im sure they will have prescriptions for you.
my research tells me, we can hope to be immune from the virus but not free from it. to avoid alcohol and have a healthy diet to prevent further damage to our liver which can lead to cirrhosis and ultimately cancer.
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