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Precautions to be taken by a Hepatitis B patient - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   hello. how long will hbsag virus stay in the body
Doctor :   It stays around 2 to 3 months before the antibodies form
User :   are ther any medicines to cure that
Doctor :   It depends on the stage the patient is in
Doctor :   It has effects on the liver and immunity]
User :   how do we know the symptoms
Doctor :   It is fever, loss of appetite, jaundice and other viral symptoms
User :   any food items that help in curing. iw as told that i hd acute infection
Doctor :   Is it Hepatitis A or Hep B
User :   i had my lever tests done it was normal. hbeag is negative
Doctor :   How did you get the infection
User :   it was in voluntry blood donation i came to knw.
Doctor :   oh
User :   any medicines
Doctor :   There are no medicines at this acute stage, Be healthy
Doctor :   eat good,
Doctor :   and If you are HbeAg negative you no longer have virus multiplying or infective
Doctor :   It good that it is negative
User :   cn u suggest food items
Doctor :   Eat green leafy vegetables, sprouts
Doctor :   fruits
User :   ok thank u
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