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Found hepatitis B virus in blood. What is the treatment to get rid from it ?

I am Mintu chakraborty .Two months ago hepatitis B virus found in my blood .In my test billirubin level is 2.8 mg/dl & ALT ( elevated liver enzymes ) is 1080.Doctor prescribed me only Adphobir & control life & diet .But I want to fully recover from this.Is there any improvement medications that help me.Plz inform me what treatments may i get from there.
Asked On : Mon, 30 May 2011
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Hello Mintu;
welcome to HealthcareMagic
Hepatitis B is a viral infection and there is no direct treatment other than antiviral drugs like Adphobir which has been rightly prescribed by your doctor.The ALT and bilirubin is also raised suggesting that the infection is active at present and with controlled lifestyle it will subside in few days but for complete recovery from Hepatitis B it will take time so you have to bear with it and continue treatment as advised.Do not change the treatment at present take it regularly and you should be fine.
Answered: Fri, 3 Jun 2011
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