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Histroy of hepatitis B cured. Moderate beer drinking safe?

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weight: 75kgs. Height: 5.8. Had jaundice (Hepatitis B) one and half years back. After treatment doctor said that I was completely cured. Now, in the recent 3 months I have attended 3 parties in which i took beers (2 at each party). But regularly I am taking fresh juices without ice and less sugar and drinking lots of water. No oily stuffs too. Regular gym guy too. My question is, I have one more important party ahead and can I have 2 beers for that? After that I will quit boozing completely. I am serious. Please answer Doctor.
Asked On : Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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General Surgeon 's  Response
Apr 2013
Hi and welcome to HCM,
This is not something serious and this is almost negligible amount of alcohol. This shouldnt cause any problems. YOu can take those 2 beers of course but not more. ALso, you can have 1-2 beers per week . I suggest to do liver enymes frequently every 6months to evaluate is there liver damage. If your findings are normal you can drink reasonably. WIsh you good health.
Answered: Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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