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What is the reason for hard and black stool ?

hello doctor 28 yrs age frm current report is Hbeab+ve, Hbeag-ve, Total brilium=0.5mg/dl, c brilium=0.10mg/dl, ALT=19.0 iu/ml, AST=23.5iu/ml, Total protin=7.3g/dl, Albumin=4.8g/dl...and HBV DNA Viral copies/ml doctor i want to know my stage of disease and condition of liver ....should i start medicitions..? there further test to findout liver demage except byopsy..?.should i take byopsy..?..if i..what is the procedure..?..and doctor since 6,7weaks im facing the problem of hard and black stool..but black stool is sometime..every difficult to pass out stool...and slight pain in liver this hep b symptoms.?
Asked On : Mon, 13 Jun 2011
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You seem to be recovering from Hepatitis B. Not to worry for now. Eat fresh fruits and green leafy vegetables to help in your stools. Drink plenty of water. Avoid fatty food for 2-3 weeks. Get your Hepatitis B tests done again after 2-3 weeks to see if the viral load has decreased. But anyways, it is not clinically significant. Liver biopsy not needed as of now. Relax. Eat healthy. Do mild exercise if you can. GOOD LUCK !!!!
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