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Suffering from Hepatitis C, liver infected, stomach upset, mouth ulcers. What are treatment options?

My mother aged 48 is suffering from Hepatitis C. Her Liver is also infected so she was not advised for interferon therapy.Now She gets temperature occasionally, her stomach mostly remains upset.These days her platelets have been reduced to only 30,000. She has got mouth ulcer which bleeds horribly in the night. What should we do?
Kindly tell me is there any way to get the hepatitis C virus eliminated from her body? what would be the right strategy for her treatment for her under new researches.
We just want our mother healthy.
Asked On : Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2013
Hi, thanks for the query.
Hepatitis "C" is not not a serious disease till it infect liver( Cirrhosis & Liver carcinoma), hence you have mentioned that your's mother liver has infected, what it means? Please specify as above mentioned.
Before diagnosis, I think your's mother has gone through courses of many medicines and due to some disease and some drugs she might have develops mouth ulcers.
1. Improve the general condition of your mother at once as BP=120/80. PULSE=80-85,Respiration 16-20 (24), Temp37 f.
Maintain these parameters for 3-4 days under the supervision of a doctor.
For platelets (30,000) infuse a bottle of platelets. if need two three.
Now again try interferon and rabvirin after the consultation of some doctor.
Still there is not improvement and stage is very dangerous , please get liver transplant. This is last treatment. Best wishes for your beloved mother and good luck for speedy recovery.
Dr. HET.
Answered: Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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