i make x-ray before i take treatment and was good .. another information my infection since 2 yeare and the treatment since 10 monthes approx. so , i don't know why he say that? and i wish to know if any person hs HBV take baraclud all his life? and why?
"i wish to know if any person hs HBV take baraclud all his life?"
That depends on your disease status. What is your eAntigen and eAntibody? Go to our HepB Welcome Intro Health Page to learn the basic. It will be hard for your to understand unless you have a basic understanding of the stage of the disease.
Hi, may I know if do u still taking baraclude and how is it, were you totally free by the HBV? since this post of yours was years ago.. because me Im still having to start taking baraclude as prescribed by my Doctor. waiting for your response, thank you and God bless
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