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What diet should I follow to reduce the HBV DNA level ?

hi sir, Am 24 year old, Am suffering from hbsag +ve since 4 yaers, and Am taking treatment from that time, The HBV DNA level At that time is 7,50,000 copies/ml, after treatment 6 months ago its value was 1,20,000 copies/ml, but recently again i have done the test and present level is 10,00,000copies/ml, even though as per doctor( gastroenterologist ) suggetion am using tablets, the level is not coming down, doctor suggested that there is no food restriction for this desease, and also recent tests showing hbeag +ve, What is the solution for this, what is the food diet i have to take... Thank you.
Asked On : Sun, 1 May 2011
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Dear Bhaskar,
There is no restriction in diet in Hepatitis B. But as liver is affected, you may take more carbohydrates and less fats.
It seems your medicines are not working. You may ask your Gastroenterologist to change the medicines or you may contact an INFECTIOUS DISEASE SPECIALIST.
Answered: Sun, 1 May 2011
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