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Suggest treatment for Hepatitis B

I was tested positive for hepatitis B doctor said that it's not clear if I have false positive or I have sickness it's self,I did one more blood test and right now I waiting for answer.I 'm freaking out,I never was sick before with it and I know that I was vaccinated against it
Thu, 22 Dec 2016
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hi.
thanks for posting query at HCM.

HBsAg can not be completely eradicated in a patient suffering from HepB.
however, complications maybe prevented if proper medication is taken and proper diet plan is followed.

"Treatment is advised IF high values of liver enzymes "AND" high viral LOad on a PCR".

if HBV DNA count in PCR are not high,
Liver enzymes should be monitored regularly while HepB markers maybe checked every 6 to 12 months.

hope to answer your concern.
wish you good n sound health.

regards
Dr Tayyab Malik
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Suggest treatment for Hepatitis B

hi. thanks for posting query at HCM. HBsAg can not be completely eradicated in a patient suffering from HepB. however, complications maybe prevented if proper medication is taken and proper diet plan is followed. Treatment is advised IF high values of liver enzymes AND high viral LOad on a PCR . if HBV DNA count in PCR are not high, Liver enzymes should be monitored regularly while HepB markers maybe checked every 6 to 12 months. hope to answer your concern. wish you good n sound health. regards Dr Tayyab Malik