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Have tiredness, low stamina. Have been nursing hepatitis B. What precautions to take?

hi i nalini Burton from Hyderabad a 23 years mother and working women. i am a hepatitis B affected patient wants to know what all precautions i need to take while eating. As the days going on im becoming very tired and i don't have stamina, i feel like to eat but unable to eat the food, what to do please suggest me. my weight is 40 kgs only. please help me out
Asked On : Mon, 29 Apr 2013
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Hi
Nalini, You have not mentioned clearly whether you are just Hepatis B positive or you are suffering from Chronic Liver Disease due to Hepatitis B Infection. For Hepatitis B you can take preparation of Lamivudine 100mg daily after food for 6- 12 months and test to repeated every 3 months. You can take general vitamins and Liver support medicines too. Hepatitis B is not transmitted through food or oral route. It is transmitted from exposure to infectious blood or body fluids containing blood. Possible forms of transmission include sexual contact, blood transfusions and transfusion with other human blood products, re-use of contaminated needles and syringes, and vertical transmission from mother to child (MTCT) during childbirth
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Ranjit
Answered: Fri, 10 May 2013
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hi nalini , YOU SHOULD GO ALL BASIC INVESTIGATION WITH LFT,bLOOD SUGAR F,PP,CBC,UREA ,CREATININE ,cOMP. URINE EXAMINATION.
MENTIONED CLEAR YOUR MEDICAL HISTORY.
AFTER ALL INVESTIGATION WE CAN REVIEW YOUR PROBLEM.
MENTIONED ANY TRANSFUSION YOU HAVE IN PAST,
wHAT IS ABOUT YOUR BABYS. IS SHE OE HE FINE.
iNVESTIGATE HIM OR HER.
Answered: Fri, 24 May 2013
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