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Hepatitis B positive, suffer from fever, body pain and weakness on doing yoga. Is this related to hepatitis B?

I am Hepatitis B positive. It is detected before 5 days. Since 5 years I am suffering from specific symptoms is that whenever I started my Yoga exercise for 1 hour daily, after 6-7 days I got fever and body pain and very much weakness. I had to stop my exercise program many times due to this symptoms. Is This symptoms related to my hepatitis B positivity? What are the risks and what should I do to get completely cured ? Please guide me on my Email : YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Fri, 5 Oct 2012
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Thanks for posting your query.

Yes, your current symptoms are related to Hepatitis B positivity. There are no specific added risks with Hepatitis B infection. Yes, it is associated with liver cancer at times. The complete cure is by anti-viral drugs like Lamivudine and interferon therapy.

Hepatitis B is a blood born infection that can be transmitted through sexual intercourse and childbirth. Practice safe sex. If you are a woman and wish to conceive, please speak about this with your primary care physician.

Hope this helps you.
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