Dear sir/madam. Unfortunately CHRONIC HEP B infection is not curable, your hepatologist should tell you this. BUT...
When you first get exposed to Hepatitis B
, it's called "accute". If the infection persists for more than 6 months, that's a "chronic" infection.
some people are able to clear the infection within those first 6 months and develop immunity.
A chronic infection can be dormant or active. When it is active it can be transmitted to others and it damages the liver.
The goal of treatment is to get the infection to a dormant, inactive state, not to "cure it".
Symptoms u ve mentioned depends on bilirubin
blood levels and hepatitis b can cause less or more liver damage
which raises bilirubin and liver enzymes levels.
Drink plenty of fluids to prevent dehydration
. Although, broth, sports drinks, gelatin, frozen ice treats (such as Popsicles), and fruit juices may be better because they also provide calories.
Ask your physician before taking any medications, even those that are over-the-counter. Some medications depend on the liver, and liver damage may impair the body's ability to metabolize these drugs. If you are on prescription medications, check with your physician to see if the doses should be adjusted or if the medication should be temporarily discontinued.
Avoid drinking alcohol until your health care practitioner allows it. Individuals with chronic HBV
should avoid alcohol for the rest of their lives.
Try to eat a diet that provides adequate nutrition. Take it easy. It may take some time for your energy level to return to normal.
Avoid prolonged, vigorous exercise until symptoms start to improve.
Avoid any activity that may spread the infection to other people (sexual intercourse, sharing needles, etc).
Wish you good health