Regarding Hepatitis B positive

mks.singh, 23 September 2014 15:10  this question feed

Dear sir/madam, I have confirmed Hep B positive in Feb 2011. antigen(HbsAg) is 250 (positive).But antibody(HbsAb) is 0.01(negative). so please suggest me what to do. please reply me I'm waiting for your kind answer. thank you

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Hepatitis B infection is caused by the hepatitis B virus and is contagious through the blood. Hence proper measures must be taken to prevent spreading. It is usually checked when there are symptoms with jaundice, anorexia, abdominal pain, nausea, fever and with an higher values of the liver function test.

Hepatitis B positive with any viral load must be treated and checked regularly to avoid the damage to the liver. But that which is more than 20,000IU/ml indicates an active infection. So if the anti-HBs is negative, it means that there are no antibodies produced naturally after the infection, vaccines or with treatments. Any value greater less than 5IU is negative, that greater than 12IU is protective and that between 5IU and 12IU is indeterminate which has to be checked again. You have to take medicines and do regular checkups to find the presence of the antibody.

Medicines like Patola Katurohinyadi kasayam - 15ml with 60ml of warm water before food twice daily, Divya Arogya vardhini vati can be taken for a month and then reviewed.

Eat cooked foods which are easy to digest. Include cucumber, raddish leaves, rasam, bottle gourd, rice, tomato juice, buttermilk, pepper, coriander, turmeric and asafoetida. Reduce excess oil, sweet and salt. Drink enough water and take good rest.

posted by Dr.Ramani on 25 September 2014


Sir mere bivi ko hepatitis b positive hai Jo 5manth pregnancy hai sir is me kuch dava bataiye jisase ye negative ho jaye please sir abhi life suru kiye hai tab tak ye bimari samne as hai

posted by pcchaturvedi74 on 13 May 2016

Hello,Hepatitis B is caused by Hepatitis B virus. Since you have confirmed with this early it is necessary for you to take medicines and to protect your liver. The medicines which you can take are: Nimbatvagadi Kashaya - Take 20ml of this with warm water daily morning and evening before food. Take 2 spoons of Drakshadi lehya daily morning and night before food. Along with this take 2 tablets of Liv 52HB tablet daily morning and evening after food. Take these medicines for 1 month and get your condition reviewed. Avoid taking non vegetarian food, alcohol, oily food, fried items and fat rich food. Avoid taking salt as far as possible. You can have Amlas, grapes, fruits etc. Drinking coconut water, sugar cane juice will also be beneficial. Avoid taking painkillers, aspirin, paracetamol etc. Drink lots of water. Take food which are easily digestible avoid taking fast food, junk food and bakery products. Take medicines in proper time and eat food in correct time and do not skip your meals. And take proper rest by avoiding stress and strain.

posted by Dr Roshan on 29 September 2014

Dear sir/madam, I have confirmed Hep B positive in Feb 2011. antigen(HbsAg) is 250 (positive).But antibody(HbsAb) is 0.01(negative). so please suggest me what to do. please reply me I'm waiting for your kind answer. thank you

posted by mdhaider080 on 26 September 2014

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