Frequent Nausea, Fatigue, Dizziness And Fever When Suffering From Hepatitis B?
Afternoon, last year I was sentenced for HBsAg reactive / positive Hepatitis B. But not too severe. Nowadays I often feel nausea, extreme fatigue, dizziness, mild fever. Is that the effect of hepatitis B or what?
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Seeing your complaints, these complaints can be caused by hepatitis B infection that you have suffered or can also be caused by other diseases such as other viral infections, stomach acid disorders, lack of blood (anemia), side effects of certain drugs and others. To ascertain the cause of the complaint whether due to hepatitis that you are suffering from or not, you should consult a doctor for further examination and treatment. You may also be consulted further with a specialist in internal medicine if you need further treatment regarding complaints and about the hepatitis B infection that you are currently suffering from.
In addition to information about hepatitis B, this disease is generally divided into 2 phases in the course of the disease, namely the acute phase (new) and chronic phase (old) with symptoms of each phase that is almost the same, namely:
Disorders of appetite Nausea and vomiting Fever that if the temperature is not measured too high Muscle pain Often feel weak Impaired taste and smell Pain or discomfort in the upper right abdomen In addition to the two phases above, this disease can also change into several other variations and need to be aware of as well that this disease may cause hardening of the liver and liver cancer. You can also read more about this disease in the following article: Hepatitis B
At home you can continue to eat the food you normally consume until there is further advice from the doctor. You can also continue to do your daily activities as usual. It is not recommended to take medication alone without doctor's advice to avoid more severe liver disorders.
I hope this helps.