Hepatitis b

sunilk8810, 1 June 2017 20:48  this question feed

respected sir, mera naam sunil kumar h. meri age 27 h. or mujhe hepatitis b positive h. jab mujhe petatitis b positive ka pata chala tab mera viral load 765000 tha. fer mene apki dawai lena chalu kiya fer next 3 month k baad mera viral load undetected ho gya.

pr mera serum for HBsAg positive aa rha h...ye kab tk negative ho jayega......ya nhi hoga....

plz reply me sir

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Hepatitis B is treated based on the symptoms. Hepatitis B viral load which is more than 20,000IU/ml indicates an active infection and it has to be monitored. HBeAg positive requires medications that will help to improve the function of the liver and will reduce the inflammation.

Package for Hepatatitis and Giloy Churna can be taken for a month and then reviewed.

Include berries, oranges, cucumber, garlic, ginger, radish leaves, coriander, bottle gourd, buttermilk, coriander, turmeric and asafoetida. Reduce excess dairy products, spicy foods, fried foods, meat, canned foods, refrigerated foods, sugar, raw salads and salt. Regular exercise, yogasanas, meditation, good sleep, rest and drinking enough water will be beneficial.

posted by Dr.Ramani on 8 June 2017


Hello,Hepatitis B is an viral disease by hepatitis B virus, affecting liver and can be acute and chronic infections.Hepatitis B is diagnosed by various blood tests like viral load, HBsAg, HBeAg.PCR tests detect and measure the amount of HBV DNA and is termed viral load in clinical specimens.Viral load indicates infection status in blood. In case of high viral loads patients have ground glass hepatocytes on biopsy.After development and appearance of the HBsAg, another antigen called hepatitis B e antigen (HBeAg) developswhich is associated with much higher rates of viral replication and enhanced infectivity in host serum.After the clearance of HBsAg and HBeAg from serum,antibodies to the 'e' antigen (anti-HBe)start forming and arise in number immediately afterwards thus causing dramatic decline in viral replication and this time oftransition is termed window period.Thus a diagnostic panel containing HBsAg and total anti-HBc (both IgM and IgG) should be used to indicate the virus level in your serum.In case if the results are clear and infection is eradicated the HBsAg will be absent in results.If HBsAg still remain positive for at least six months then you are to be considered hepatitis B carrier and mayhave elevated serum alanine aminotransferase (ALT) levels and inflammation of the liver andhence are at little risk of long-term complications or of transmitting infection to others.So get yourself investigated as advised above.

posted by Dr.Kanika on 7 June 2017

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