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Is there any treatment for a Hepatitis C patient to increase weight ?

Sir, i am hopeful that seeing my particulars, u will suggest me effective treatment/solution which may change my life. Age. 32-y Sex. Male Height. 5-10 Body. very smart (thin) Work Stenographer Nail White Colour (from uncounted years) arms Very thin and soft as like girls Sir, three years ago, i diagnosed as a patient of Hepatites-C as well as stomach problems (constipation/Qabz) and alergy asthma (inherted). but after, treatment of HCV (72-injections from Government hospital), my report shows negative, but insteat of this, i feel no blood in my body and no any energy/chaging after treatment. Secondly, my body is very thin/smart, and due to this, i feel ashamed in everywhere particularly when i wear pent shirt. Thirdly and lastly, I want/desire to marry but due to sexual weakness (which feel very seriously impotency) i am afraid of marriage cermoney due to no power/tightness. Please Sir, suggest any athentic/effective formula or medicne although which is harbal, homeopathic or elopathic, but i want to able marry as well as fit by looking and my body look healthy Sir, i shall be highly thankful to you and will pray about u and ur family. Again request to reply please positive
Asked On : Thu, 7 Apr 2011
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hi irshad
u r taking small things to seriously
u should eat healthy diet and do exercise regularly
if u dont manage urself better to consult doctor for this
stress is the most common factor for the erectile dysfunction
do not feel ashamed of ur figure as no one is free to criticize u
be positive and keep faith in u
Answered: Mon, 6 Jun 2011
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