It Is More Important To Prioritize The Treatment Of Hepatitis B Or Gastritis?
Hello, for the treatment of px hepa B u0026amp; Which gastritis is more important, the treatment of Hepa B or gastritis px trsbt?? Because during the control period, the doctor was only given Gastritis medication, so my question is where are the results of the analysis u0026amp; tsrbt doctor’s observation of px trsbt supporting examination.. why is HBSAg trhdp prevention?? Can be Severe px..thank you
Hello, Chidosanmas, thanks for asking HealthReplies.com.
Hepatitis B is an infection caused by the hepatitis B virus. The infection can be acute or chronic. Treatment of hepatitis B depends on the type (whether it is acute or chronic). If it is acute hepatitis B, with a good immune system the patient will actually recover on his own. The doctor will give medicine to relieve the patient's symptoms, such as ulcer medicine, anti-nausea medicine, or anti-pain medicine. In addition to giving symptomatic (symptomatic) drugs, doctors will advise patients for routine check-ups to monitor the progress of the patient's recovery by looking at the symptoms experienced, physical examination, and supporting examinations such as indicators of body immunity against hepatitis B virus, one of which is HBsAg. HBsAg can indicate a person is infected with the hepatitis B virus or not, but cannot indicate the infection is acute or chronic. If necessary, the doctor will conduct an examination to make sure the patient does not have chronic hepatitis B and is completely free of the virus.
Meanwhile, for chronic hepatitis B there is special therapy to prevent further liver damage, and it must be carried out by a specialist in hepatology.
It's a good idea to ask the doctor in charge of the illness (whether acute or chronic hepatitis B) and what are the future treatment plans. The most important thing is to follow the doctor's instructions and advice, have regular checkups, take medication as directed by the doctor, and don't take drugs that are not prescribed by a doctor because some drugs can be hepatotoxic (toxic to the liver). In addition to boosting the immune system, adequate rest can be done, adequate nutrition and fluids, avoid stress, avoid smoking and alcohol. Prevent transmission of the hepatitis B virus by not having unsafe sex (eg unsafe: not using condoms or having multiple sexual partners) and not sharing needles/tattoos/piercing together.
So, hopefully useful.
Regards, dr. Sarah Rizqia.