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I have HbsAg positives . HBV DNA virul load is 485 IU/mL . HBe Negative. SGPT & SGOT normal. whai can I do now .

 

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    What hepatitis do you have? Is it a, b or c? If it's just a or b you can get an injection that will take care of it. If it's hep c then they can cure it with medication. I have had all 3 and I am cured for 3 years going on 4

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    You have active hepatitis B. Its treatment is difficult today. It was right to say his cure. To suppress the replication of the virus, use drugs Tenofovir (Viread or Tenvir). Admission to 300 mg per day (1 tablet). Tenofovir suppresses the replication of the virus but to the same because of the peculiarities of the hepatitis B virus, this does not lead to cure. You need to take the drug all the time. The criterion for curing hepatitis B is the so-called seroconversion. This is the absence of HBsAg and the presence of HBsAt. and the absence of DNA of the Heratitis B virus in the blood.
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