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Have hepatitis B, inactive. Vaccination? How to get cured?

hi, I have hepatitis b , but is inactive, I don t know how I got it, because my husband is my only sexpartner, and he doesn;t have it, and my parents doesn t have it too, and also do I still need to be vaccinated against it , or it doesn t help me anymore since I am already have hepatits b, and is there medicine that I can take to keep it inactive ? but can the virus be active in later years ?
Asked On : Sat, 2 Mar 2013
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Hello! Thanks for putting your query in HCM. I am a Gastroenterologist (DM).

Vaccine is not required as you are already infected with hepatitis B

In inactive phase no medication is recommended.

What you need to day is regular follow up with Gastroenterologist. You require to get SGOT/SGPT every 3 monthly and HBVDNA every 6-12 monthly. Once they will be increased then you may be considered for treatment

It can be active in later years thats why you require regular follow up

I hope I have answered your query and this will help you. Remain in touch and get-well soon.
Answered: Wed, 31 Jul 2013
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