Hepatitis b

omio, 15 March 2015 23:14  this question feed

My papa age 59 yr male having recent accidentally diagnose hepatitis b.he is complete ly asymptomatic. His report all like left,Alfa veto protein ,pt inr,normal andHBeAG negative I heard in patanjali with yoga and medicine some people become negative from HBsAG positive.is it possible in my papa???? Plz tel me my papa so depress

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Hepatitis B is caused by the hepatitis virus and it must be difficult for your father to know it. As it is asymptomatic with good reports, he can easily manage with medicines and regular checkups. By making healthy lifestyle changes, he can improve the function of the liver which will help to prevent any liver problems. As his HBeAg is negative, it shows it is not infective or in its active stage. Hepatitis B viral load which is more than 20,000IU/ml indicates an active infection. So please do regular checkups as advised by your doctor based on the symptoms.

Divya Giloy Kvath and Divya Arogya vardhini vati can be taken for a month and then reviewed.

Eat cooked easily digestable foods. Include bottle gourd, rice, tomato juice, cucumber, radish leaves, buttermilk, pepper, coriander, turmeric and asafoetida. Reduce excess heavy fatty foods, oil, sweet and salt. Try to maintain personal hygiene eventhough there are no symptoms.

posted by Dr.Ramani on 17 March 2015

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